Your point is correct. I have the same truck in regular cab. I tried the nz3, l2se, m40 and 2q in that area with no tweeter. It was nice but at the end of the day it needed a tweeterYou're right, irrelevant to my point, but that was my mistake.
Listening to them on the factory Bose sysyem is a BIG. The coworker is an older man and his hearing isnt the best anymore so anything over 10k is lost on him lol.I hope they GS25's work, but I don't suspect they are going to be a very good replacement for a tweeter. Those 2.5" speakers are going to be beaming really early, around 5khz. Hopefully the windshield will help by acting a bit like a waveguide, but those GB25's will not do 20khz off axis.
The install is looking clean though!
Gb10 of course but the gb10 is no slouch and like half the priceUpdate.
We made a few changes to the system.
The kicker Key is a great piece for the price and what it does. As for blending in the rear fill, that was impossible, due to the add time delay the KEY amp adds when auto tuned.
So we pulled out the kicker amps and decided to go with a JL VX800/8I and a JL XD600/1. We kept the JL Stealth center console sub. We kept the Audiofrog GS25 in the dash, GS60 in the front door and the GS62 in the rear door.
And if you did the channel math, that leaves 2 unused channels.
So with 2 extra channels, we are looking to add a dedicated tweeter to the front. Unsure as to were, possibly the A-pillar or the dash near the GS25.
So now its decision time. Do we keep with the GS line and go GS10 or go with a GB10?
Now that the rattles are gone it sounds great. It's not going to win any SLP competitions lol but you can definitely feel the bass. It has some authority to it for a sealed 10. You can feel it in your chest. Its SO nice having the sub up front. It truly makes a difference.I thought of doing that same exact thing. I just couldn't get myself to buy jl. Let me know how it turns out. I might actually try it
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