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Most components should play midbass pretty well, but a lot of it gets lost due to a poor installation. Sealed and deadened doors would be the most ideal without resorting to custom pods as you suggested. Best way to do this? Aluminum flashing from your local hardware store, some good adhesive, ample deadening, and some patience. Sealing up the access holes in your doors will make the door seem closer to a "sealed" enclosure for the mids and will really help bring out the midbass. Also, power helps
Last edited by DarkScorpion; 02-28-2011 at 03:55 PM.
Reason: spelling lol
Most components should play midbass pretty well, but a lot of it gets lost due to a poor isntallation.
I was kind of thinking along these lines (after all, I installed it, so it's gonna be wonky!)
One problem I have is broken door tabs. Any clean fixes for that? (It would be hard to seal tight without functional tabs). I trimmed my dynamat to create a seal around the door, (more for vibration) but yeah, there are TONS more places on each door/panel that air would bleed from unless I got crazy with it. It would be awesome to make a two speaker 'pod' that could go from vehicle to vehicle...hmmm....thinking dangerously expensive and impractical solutions...stop me...
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