G'day from 'Straya! Love your work, inspirational and all that . I am doing a simple SQ build on my girlfriends car (kind of simple but kind of no holds barred if you get my drift). I'm using Focal Flax FX speakers with both sides on -3db and the doors are fully BAM'd. Goes off like a frog in a sock i tell ya! Now I'm in the process of aiming tweeters. Now you've probably come across this problem before but I'm finding wherever I point either of the tweeters there is a pocket of high frequency that nestles itself up the corner of the drivers side a-pillar so I'm wondering how to get around this problem? Thinking about buying a dash mat?
Hello...I've recently joined the forum after years away from car audio. I've been reaquainting myself with the hobby and in the process have looked over many of your wonderful installs. I'm going to be installing my own system in a Kia Soul, and I wanted to get your thoughts on my build. I'm going for simplicity and sq, and you seem to favor the brands I've been looking at.
I have a Kenwood 997, and a set of Morel Virtus 602's that I got for $240 NIB! I plan to run the 602's active with an Arc KS300.2 for the tweeters, and another for the mids. I'm going to bridge a KS600.2 and use it to drive a single Ultimo 124. I'm going to use a JBL MS-8 for my processing. I mostly listen to hard rock, but also stray into other stuff as well. This will not be a show system, but I do plan on a clean, proper install...big 3, sound deadening, etc. I'd be grateful for your opinion on my setup.
Hi, I've been reading and researching all your installs and inspired by it to do a install perfect as I possibly can. I am in the midst of making tweeter pods in the A-pillar and how important is it to have the tweeters pointed in the right direction? And what is the correct direction to point the tweeters towards? In researching your installs I noticed some are pointed towards the driver and passenger side and some were just pointed at each other. Any helpful direction would be greatly appreciated.
I hope you can give me a bit of advice/direction on what to do...
I am going to be buying a Chevy Tahoe very soon and want to install my current amps in it: Zapco DC 1100.1 & 1000.4
I want to hide as much as possible - so its not for show or competition. I can probably get the amps under the seat, but for a sub, would you recommend a single 12" in the read driver side panel (fiberglass enclosure) or possibly use the rear spare tire well ??
Or maybe two 12" subs in a dedicated box that would rest in the trunk area??