Sure I will use the tw, yust don't know yet which one. maybe HAT L1. or some from DLS, yust not Sc1.
I don't know yet where the crossover point will be.
I always set the system after the instal is done...
But i asume, that the lowpass for the mids will be somewhere around 6.3khz/24db
at first i was like how did he do those rings, but i see you must of just round over bit both sides, i like that. not necessery in most cases, im curiouse to what your planing on doing that you felt the need to do that hmm. i do like that you put your suqare peg into a round hole though, those suqare drivers can look so tacky :\
they are rounded from both sides because it looks great that way!
and a little diferent from the others.
but it is usefull also, because the fabric lays down more smoothlly, you will see what I mean from pics to follow. and when I will put them on the A-pillar, they will stick to it more firmerlly.
anyway I didn't have the time to make these, so my good friend did them for me! but we do it in the same way
by the way, what do you think if I modify OEM head unit to get analog output (which it doesn't have now) and avoid Hi-Low adapter...I think it would be a lot better for MS8 to get signal on that way.
i did those rings. I rounded back outer side of the rings because fabrics lay more smoothly...in the end you don't end up with sharp edge -less filler, less sanding, fabrics have more contact with MDF, so this mean better bond between them. back side of the cutout was rabeted 45 deg. because driver works better this way...as Bow Down sayed.
no I didn't use clothe, but I yust used some cardboard. cut the shape, use some hotglue, some yelow (blue) tape, that you can remove it after, and then you add filler also from the back side, to get good bond between sides. I use filler with fiber glass in it, and now I will also reinforce it with poliester and fiber glass
then some normal filler and some sanding