· Captain Obvious
DEFINITELY separate them.
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: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.
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...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.
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?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 like it loud inside and outside the truck though.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!
Pioneer Premier 720 Head UnitSMNW2003 said::lol: its already been brought! what you got?