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front speaker placement

Discussion in 'Audio' started by 3car, Sep 25, 2002.

  1. 3car

    3car 1/2 ton status

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    what will give a better sound,Q forms,or mounting good 6.5's in a panel tward the middle of the door panel?
     
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    I'm putting mine on the doors at the moment. I dont like the idea of having speakers right where my feet are. They wouldnt last 2 days.
     
  3. Z3PR

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    I've had Q-forms befor and really liked them. I plan on some for my Blazer.
     
  4. XHitman396

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    i got q-forms, they sound pretty badass, the opposit side is directed right at your face, however incredibly expensive, they are fairly durable and come with a protective screen, but it wont stop a kick, and some how, i became more careful when i had over 300 dollars worth of q-form and speaker at my feet /forums/images/icons/smile.gif mail me if you need more info..
     
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    Build the forms yourself with fiberglass and you'll save money and be proud of them when your done. This is an excelent vehicle to learn on.
     
  6. AzzKicker

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    where can I go to learn how to make or where to buy fiberglass. I have a rust area about the size of half a credit card on my truck, and instead of buying a repair panel, i'd like to use fiberglass.
     
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    i read a whole bunch of fiberglass info on the web and it actually made it look a lot harder than it really is as for supplies i would not go to a local walmart it gets to expensive to make anything i buy all of my resin and mat at www.shopmaninc.com/ they have the best prices out there fiber glass is really easy to use i usually make a mold out of cardboard and then dip my mat in the resin and hardner mix and just lay it over your mold its so easy to use its unbeliveable /forums/images/icons/smirk.gif
     

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