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Old 19th June 2002, 05:04 PM   #11
SteveG is offline SteveG  United States
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I'm of the opinion that a good eq is almost mandatory for getting decently flat response in a car system. Others will probably disagree. The interior of a car is one of the worst acoustic places, with all of the wierd angles and reflective/absorbtive materials. It's almost impossible to find a place to mount a speaker where you're not getting reflected sound. It has been done though.
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Old 20th June 2002, 04:52 AM   #12
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If you are going to be operating your systems drivers out of your doors you might as well stay with a keep it simple method. Some tweeters that are close to ear level or you can aim at your ears will give you separation. Any speaker mounted in your door that has very much bass will rattle your window and regulator enough to make it sound unpleasant. My thoughts.....an equalizer and amp is fine. So little room in a Vette it is hard for a good sound if it is a hard top. Tweeters that go fairly low, mid woofs down to 80 Hz or so and a pair of the sub woofer transducers that are made to shake your seat. That way you can feel the bass without it beating you up.
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