[DMCForum] Re: Speakers
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Marc -

Not true the front speakers being of the very small 3.5" will deliver
very little bass... and it is OK to use stacked washers to provide
the space needed.  Bass responce speakers (Larger ones) need either a
sealed or ported enclosure in order to realise an air cushion for the
cone.  I have used sony 3.5 coax's in the dash and sony 4 way 6x9's
on the rear wall (must use blind nuts) with great results + a 8" sub
on the back shelf  .. very happy

Randal
5501
AZ-D




--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
>
> 3.5 round..
>
> Yes, the face needs to be flat.  the tweeter can not
> protrude beyond the frame. 
>
> To get the best sound possible, you want a good seal
> between the front of the speaker and the dashboard.
> The idea is to try and isolate the air in front of the
> speaker from the air behind the speaker.  The sound is
> produced by the change in air pressure.
>
>
> --- Joe OBrien <joeyoseppijoe@xxxx> wrote:
>
> > The front speakers are 3x5's right?
> >
> > I have heard you need some kind of gasket on a
> > certain speaker to mate
> > to the dashboard to make the speaker sound
> > correct???? What speaker
> > works for the front.
> >
> > Any preference on brands of speakers for the front &
> > rear? Any links???
> >
> > I may just tackle my crappy speakers this winter.
> >
> >
> > -Joe
>
>
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