Originally posted by 5.0Towncar:
<strong>Geez Capricewagon. What big picture you have. The better to get seen with, he replies. Steve</strong><hr></blockquote>
Yeah is there anyway to size that down? I've been meaning to ask someone about that.
But, back to the topic...
I was also gonna say that really the back speakers aren't nearly as important as how you place the front ones. Alot of the people that I talk to that enter in SQ competitions rarely even use back speakers, and if they do they very rarely have the crossovers set so that your here very much of em.
The reason for this is that when designing a system to sound good you always want it to sound natural, like it would at a concert. If you were at a concert most of the sound would be comming from in front of you and very little sound comming from behind you. If you rear speakers are drowing or even competing with the front speakers at all(as far as loudness is concerned) then you are doing more harm with the speakers than you would without them, as far as sound quality is concerned. And bass is usually omni present usually you shouldn't be able to tell where the bass is comming from, and should definatly not be too overpowering.
But then again who am I to talk, I like mine as loud as possable with overly heavy bass.
So if you arent planning on entering it into a competition I would suggest just mounting them in the door or possibly in a piller. It will be heard. and it will sound ahellovalot better than stock.
I would also like to make a suggesting of powering what ever you get by an external amplifier. (It will make a world of difference in sound)