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· Captain Obvious
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MuddyS10 said:
why are you putting 6x9's behind you? ideally, you want to mids and highs coming from in front of you, and only bass from behind you.
I've got a set of components behind me and it sounds good, I used to have 6x9s behind me and it sounded good too. If he's got the room I give it a :thumbup:
 

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MuddyS10 said:
guess it gives you that "surround sound" kinda thing? i havent owned an xcab so i never experimented with that...maybe i will when i get a Blazer.
MUCH different in the Xcab. It sounds better inside and definitely outside. with the door speakers so low to the floor you don't get a whole lot of noise out of them, right now my second set is pointed towards the roof in the back, a lot of people compliment me on the highs...

I'm going to glass the rear panels and put the components in them eventually, pointed towards the rear windows so I get a nice ting off the glass.
 

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wolfmangk said:
Woohoo! More work. Ideally, how much room should I give the 6x9's? (Inside) However, as it is, it's pretty cramped inside so I might only be able to give them an 'immediate' area.
I ran mine open box and they sounded cool, Just needed a secure place to mount them. Ideally it'd be like .2 cu ft maybe?
 

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SMNW2003 said:
when your at a concert, the sound comes from in front of you not from behind.
I know what your thinking, it adds more sound and makes my car louder and I need more highs, I was the same way a few years ago.
Music is supposed to come from the front!
I like it loud inside and outside the truck though.
 

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SMNW2003 said:
:lol: its already been brought! what you got?
Pioneer Premier 720 Head Unit

2 Alpine Type R 12s (DVC) powered by 2 RF Power 500a2s (98-99 series, not the new junk) at 2 ohm, Sealed box at 1.5cu ft after sub displacement, 3/4 MDF polyfilled

2 sets of Pioneer Premier components (4 mids 4 tweets) powered by a 400W Alpine V12 amp (forgot the model #)

It's not the greatest but it's getting there :D
 
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