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Old 01-03-2014, 03:01 PM
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Would you use components in all doors? Could you please explain either reason.
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Would you use components in all doors? Could you please explain either reason.
I wouldn't and dont. I unhooked mine altogether.
Why? Cause you wouldn't even know I did not have rear speakers in my truck. My front stage has so much detail, dynamics, and impact that there is no need for rear speakers at all. Even my passengers in the rear have zero problems hearing everything in the music.
Plus, it's added costs....use the money elsewhere. Most guys who compete in sound quality competitions do not run rear fill due to the fact that rear fill can muddy up the sound coming from the front stage. Some guys run rear fill with success though, but they keep levels down very low so you don't "hear" the speakers behind you....it simply adds a bit of depth to the sound.
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Yeah, I always focus most of the sound stage up front and have never found an issue with people not being able to hear it in the rear. I have only run a set of 5.25 coaxials in the rear and they were near minimal gain. I do it because when I turn my head I don't want to lose the 'stereo' effect of sound coming from both sides as I heavily sound deaden every vehicle I put a system into.
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I usually run a pair of coaxials powered by my Kenwood unit just to have some rear fil for my daughter in the backseat
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