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You could also ask him to give you credits for the photos at least.

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These pods looks awesome! way much less work than trying to custom build them in to a pillar if you don't know how too.
Also you could take out the attachment hardware and see if you could build them in to a pillar, still kinda lots of work but its all dualble, thinking of going back to 3 way now lol.....

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I have a pair of stainless steel pods for hybrid l1 pro or l1 pro r2 tweeters. Can sell with or without great condition black l1 pro tweeters for cheap! Mounting hardware included
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After a couple months with the pods pointed at me, I just couldn't tune them to my satisfaction. They accomplished my goal of raising the sound stage but boy, the mids were just too "in your face". Admittedly, i have precious little processing ability with the current set up. Finally I just rotated the mid- pods to fire straight up into the windscreen. So much better!

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Has anyone ordered from from him recently? I know he's a slow ship but I ordered a set of ball joint bases and it's been a month.

I aimed the mid pods back down to shoot at me and turned them down with the EQ. I need the ball joint's to aim the tweeters more on center. Right now I hear left and right, I don't have a well centered soundstage.

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Very classy stuff indeed. I've seen his stuff before, but not the Dyn ones. Those look so friggin cool. Makes that plain looking Toyota or whatever it is seem like a show car. Love it.
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Has anyone ordered from from him recently? I know he's a slow ship but I ordered a set of ball joint bases and it's been a month.

I aimed the mid pods back down to shoot at me and turned them down with the EQ. I need the ball joint's to aim the tweeters more on center. Right now I hear left and right, I don't have a well centered soundstage.
I sent him money on some pods, he sent the pods but it didn't fit. So I sent him more money so he can fix the issue and nothing. I waited almost 2-3 months and I sent him countless emails and I got only 1-2 emails back. I had to get PayPal involved, once I did that he started to respond to my emails but I waited long enough and I wasn't going to wait another 1-2 more months. Luckily I got my money back on everything I sent him.

His response was that he gets too busy and he lost my order... He was trying to tell me it was my fault lol.

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My audio frog gb15 pods did not fit either. I will have to modify it. I didn't bother contacting him after, just took it as doing business internationally online.

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My audio frog gb15 pods did not fit either. I will have to modify it. I didn't bother contacting him after, just took it as doing business internationally online.

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I'm thinking about ordering a pair for my GB15...where you able to make them work? What did you have to mod?

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I'm thinking about ordering a pair for my GB15...where you able to make them work? What did you have to mod?
1. the gb15 fits into the cutout, but is not secure or snug. So I would have to wrap some tape around it or something to make it snug or pressure fit. I was thinking about hot glue a small magnet on the back of the tweeter and then another magnet inside the cup.
2. the attachment that screw into the pods and then attached to the apillar/dash, is too long.
The threaded part that screws into the pods, are too long and it touches the tweeter which prevents it from securing.
This is a minor fix with a dremmel and just have to cut off a few millie meters.
I'm not bashing the product, just giving my observation.
On a side note, I think he has a different style of pods now. I was the first GB15 pods he sold. So I'm assuming these minor issues were addressed in the new ones.
Also, if you want, pm your number, or email, when I get home today i'll take a bunch of pics showing you what i'm talking about.
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I actually just took these out to take a few pics, and the tweeter is a nice snug fit. I don't think it will need anything additional to keep it in place.
These pods and GB15 is eye kandy. I got to stop slacking and get them install.
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I've sent a bunch of emails and got no reply. At this point I'm out $35 for the ball socket bases. Glad I didn't order anything expensive. I'd be very cautious about ordering anything from this guy.

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I've sent a bunch of emails and got no reply. At this point I'm out $35 for the ball socket bases. Glad I didn't order anything expensive. I'd be very cautious about ordering anything from this guy.
He takes a few days to reply. I don't know of anyone on here that got ripped off. Not defending him. That's just normal/expected when ordering from him. At least for me it is.

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I ordered from him before and received my pods with no problems...I handled my transactions through eBay. Communicating with him can be a challenge though, the language barrier and his response time definitely come to mind. Although I will say my pods were perfect and as expected.
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Bumping an old thread. Did anyone ever use these for the Hertz Mille 700.3 midrange? How did they do? What frequency were you able to tune down to? I have the MLK 165.3 components and would like to add the 700.3 midrange. The pods are still available on eBay. I assume it’s the same guy based on location (Germany). The price is hard to beat. I may buy the tweeter and mid set.

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Bumping an old thread. Did anyone ever use these for the Hertz Mille 700.3 midrange? How did they do? What frequency were you able to tune down to? I have the MLK 165.3 components and would like to add the 700.3 midrange. The pods are still available on eBay. I assume it’s the same guy based on location (Germany). The price is hard to beat. I may buy the tweeter and mid set.
I dont recommend those mids for small pods like these. The 700.3 wants a much larger enclosure than what these pods can offer (they want over 2.5 liters, aka, IB)

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I dont recommend those mids for small pods like these. The 700.3 wants a much larger enclosure than what these pods can offer (they want over 2.5 liters, aka, IB)
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Only use pods if you don't care about hearing tons of resonance that makes the speakers unbearable. Stuffing the pods fixes it a bit but the speaker will sound muffled, like a bluetooth speaker.

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Yeah, people tend to forget that just like subs, all drivers have a certain amount of airspace that they want. High passing them well above the FS can help, but not always.

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Yeah, people tend to forget that just like subs, all drivers have a certain amount of airspace that they want. High passing them well above the FS can help, but not always.

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In case it helps anyone...

I bought a larger set of pillar pods for my Focal K2 Power 165 KRX3. If I remember correctly they are around 0.7L airspace. The standard pods were about 1/2 as much airspace. The housing for Midrange diameter 130mm.

So he will build them bigger than the standard size but, they cost more. I bought ever option he had available in 2016 and it was 320 euros.

I can't say how they preform though because after I knew that I could install a center channel speakers, I no longer wanted my speakers on the a-pillars. So I just have them in my closet in case I need them for a future build.
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Thanks for the feedback guys! I love this site for this very reason. We’re able to learn from other’s experiences.

What about the below pods? Would this be closer to IB for the speakers...maybe if the a-pillar was trimmed underneath?

https://www.customspeakerpods.com/pr...r-pods-for-3-5

I desperately want to go three way active, and have already started ordering components, however...I would rather not incur the $750 expense for custom made a-pillar pods.

My only other option is tweeters in the sail panels and mids in the stock dash location that once contained the factory 3.5 speakers. They would be deflecting off the windshield though. The linear distance from the windshield is about 4 inches.

Anyone ever used these? I would think it would be difficult to mount these due to their shape.

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I bought a larger set of pillar pods for my Focal K2 Power 165 KRX3. If I remember correctly they are around 0.7L airspace. The standard pods were about 1/2 as much airspace. The housing for Midrange diameter 130mm.



So he will build them bigger than the standard size but, they cost more. I bought ever option he had available in 2016 and it was 320 euros.



I can't say how they preform though because after I knew that I could install a center channel speakers, I no longer wanted my speakers on the a-pillars. So I just have them in my closet in case I need them for a future build.


I'm sure those wobble around like crazy while you're driving huh? No plastic pillars are going to hold those babies stable.


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Tweeters in pods, anything larger than a GB15 should go into a re-enforced, dampened enclosure, made of birch and fiberglass, imo.

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