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View Poll Results: Mount the Component crossovers where you see them..or hide them in the door?
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Hide them in the door...that looks like dog poo 5 100.00%
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Old 04-20-2004, 06:06 PM   #11
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You'll find a lot of new stuff is like that. I'll be doing up my JL box, because smellbird drilled his amp in there a billion times + 1, and i dunno if that'* compromising the enclosure.
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having them up against the seat facing the front of the car can make them sound kind of muddy
Yeah they will sound kinda hollow facing forward in my experinence.
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You'll find a lot of new stuff is like that. I'll be doing up my JL box, because smellbird drilled his amp in there a billion times + 1, and i dunno if that'* compromising the enclosure.
It makes a HUGH difference....I resealed my buddies Q-logic one day when i could tell it wasn't quite right...and there was a few screw holes from and old amp.
Well i was right...
big difference after the sealing!
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Old 04-20-2004, 07:29 PM   #14
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Damnit my RTV is at home!!! I may grab it this weekend if i Jaunt home.
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