So I just got hooked up with my first set of components. The tweets are a little bright, and midbass is lacking. I literally just threw them in for a test listen using the crossovers that were sent in the package.
I've read about midbass drivers needing time to break in like any woofer, so I'm curious if it'll liven up some as time passes. Any insight to this?
Also, if I were to not run them on the passive crossovers, can anyone suggesting a starting point to set my crossovers on the amp. If I were to do it that way I would run mids and tweets on separate channels obviously. Using a PPI black ice 800.4. Run my mids on channel one and two/ tweets on channel 3 and 4 for obvious cross over differences. Right now I have them set on full range running on channels one and 2 to the passive crossovers. I wasn't sure if I should run only high pass and thought I'd let the crossovers work their magic.
I'm in a 1996 jeep Cherokee. Mids are mounted in stock door pods with the interior of thebnpanels deadened as well as sealed off with more deadener. I have my tweets mounted on the dash for the time being, angled towards the windshield so it can rollnoff and spread instead of blaring in my ear.
First time running anything other than coaxials. Just curious on any advice, thanks.