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Old 6th July 2004, 05:53 AM   #11
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As far as a center channel, you may consider guage pod mounts.

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Mount like a 2" Tang Band in it. You wont get much bass, but it would be able to aim at the passengers, and dialog would be pretty intelligable.

I've actually thought about doing this using the A-pillar, having upper freq. coming from in front from full range units like above, and the using the doors for lower freq (like a 500Hz crossover). I think this would give much better high frequencies in a car....kinda like the Mach Ford sound system in the mustang, only these would actually be pointing at you. Again bass would severly be limited due to almost zero enclosure volume.

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EDIT: Also if you have some fiberglassing experience, this could be surprisingly easy of a project (the initial center channel idea).
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