As it is I might just be disabling the door speakers. I won't disable the front windshield ones though.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'm not bashing ya bro. Ford is all my father drives, the older stuff is alright, but the new stuff is getting better. I'm a Chevy person through and through, I own 3 chevy trucks right now. Rangers aren't bad pickups, I know a few people who drive them.gregshorte said:hey y'all dont bash too much....just werent any cheap s-10 when my blazer crapped out last year...this ford's being a POS so hopefully itll be rid of soon
What about a star shaped speaker, a square speaker, an octagonal speaker, or a rectangular speaker? An octagonal speaker? What about a tetrahedronal speaker? A Polygonal speaker? :bah:MuddyS10 said:yeah theyre loud, but sound like loud ass. its actually proven that an oval speaker cant reproduce sound as well as a round speaker.
MuddyS10 said:anything with equal length sides would, theoretically, reproduce sound accurately. i say theoretically because there is no need for speakers to be constructed that way. you forgot a triangular speaker.