both. at least in my case.Are you guys using TA to fix this? Or just cutting the level of the driver's side way down?
Thank you! But I guess you'll have to come to Brazil to listen, as I am living down here now...Very nice job on executing your desire to get such large format tweeters on axis. Impresive equipment list - may need to get over to Tampa for a listen
I'd have to actually measure. I stuck my mock ups up there and it was so bad after about 10 seconds I moved the mids back to the kick.Both should be used. TA works mostly for mids and volume for tweeters. What's your PLD (pathlength difference) in the driver's seat?
When I saw this pic I was gonna ask about the comb filtering before I even read your post. So, do you still use dual mids?
Well here are my pods... Im 20 and broke all the time... The tweets in the pic have long since been replaced with Dayton ND20 Surface Mount tweets.
Mids are TB 802SC drivers wired in parralell for 4 ohm load...
This was my first attempt at putting mids on the dash, and learned much about this... One, 2 drivers laying horizontally makes for mad directionality issues. 2cnd the idea of 2 mids is just bad imo, comb filtering issues and such.
But i used what i had on hand I can also provide a new up to date pic with the new tweets if people are interested.
Vehicle is a 90 Accord LX. All in all, for 10$ in tweets and 20$ in the mids, PE tent sale... I dnt think they sound too bad
Yes i do of the moment... They will come out at some point. But i need to upgrade the deck before the speakers and the motor mounts need to be changed before that darn 70A polyurathane is tough stuff. Motor shakes the whole car thus the cabin is a diaphram of it's own...When I saw this pic I was gonna ask about the comb filtering before I even read your post. So, do you still use dual mids?
Looks good BTW.
I lined my pillars with mat and made a clay "dam" , that fills in the void, to prevent the sound waves from migrating upwards.the top part of the pillars actually have sound come out of it... imagine a speaker mounted to a thin plastic enclosure.. you could hear the backwaves coming out of the top of the pillars... has anyone attempted to block off the sound waves from going to the top?