Has anyone ever thought of using the stock kick panel for 2" or 3" midrange speakers for a 3 way system? if you have post some pictures and what speakers did you use..this would be very helpful to all the audiophiles
I've not tried it with the stock lexus kicks but I don't remember there being much room behind there. You'll need to modify them for sure.
There are a ton of mids out there that are fantastic. Check out the offerings by Tang Band and Peerless. I'm actually a dealer for H-Audio and we have a good midrange (actually can be used without a tweeter) called the Trinity. I encourage you to draw up some plans for modifying the kicks.
thats the thing...i rather not modify them...i was looking at parts express and they have several small midranges tang band i was actually looking at...and dynaaudio i think has a very slim tweeter like midrange wich i thought may fit there perfectly...but dishing out the 200$ for them doesnt seem like a good idea so i might stick to my original idea of a 2 way systemunless someone posts a pik on here and i might get encouraged to do so..
by the way...would you consider making a box for me? although shipping may be a problem..
whats the point by adding more speakers doesnt mean it will sound better. why would you want a 2" mid pointing strait across towards the center. I had a guy come in the other day he had morel tweeters in the A pillar aimed at the glass, morel 6.5 components in the door, mb quart 6x9 kick panels, morel components in the back door, 4 6x9s in the very back built into a box holding 2 15" rockford subs. this thing sounded like ass. but now i have heard systems with components in the stock location and 1 12" sub sound phenomenal
HAHAHA deez that sounds like a nightmare....but either way i like dishing out ideas to see what options i may have and whats recommended or not, you never know who may come up with an idea that works great
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