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Actually, from what I read up on it, the majority view is if you are dashboard mounting a midrange, get it close to the windshield as possible.sMASH wrote:^^ do u think it was too close to the windscreen to give that terrible sound?
if u move it away from the wind screen, would it sound different?
Nah man. I dont take it anyhow when anybody comment. Let me try to explain.Rovin wrote:dont get me wrong i just asking : speakers too tall to countersink them lower into dashhole ?
if its too tall i wud try countersinking them above d dash surface with bevel edges & putting a grill cloth over it
... too much teef walking around & for uv protection too
Will do.Rovin wrote:if u watch mark CAF on YT he went thru something similar recently & he ended up doing d above surface method i was talking about ...
Rovin wrote:i know u said u had d risers made a while back but if u watched d recent jeep install by mark caf u wud see where he chose a certain type of plastic that holds up against heat & uv
enclosure looks decent , i never had cause to mat in\out a box yet then again i dont like messing with fg cause of d health risks
im d kinda person that cant leave jagged lines or rough unsanded edges - my mutant ocd mind wont allow it but that is just weird me ....... .....
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