Who came up with this brilliant idea? I guess if you have rear passengers you'll have to have to turn the fader to front only
Ha Thanks, but not really. I dunno'.... I would have agreed with just fading them down if need be.... but there is a growing crowd of SQ guys who believe the rears in a car, typically do nothing but destroy the front sound stage. That said, I will probably only go with the front four speakers, and not even those will likely be coaxials, but rather, two tweets, and two mids (separates) which will help greatly in determining what sound comes from where, and the time in which that sounds takes to reach your ear. I think doing it this way, with the automatic DSP's built into those Kicker Key amps will result in a really great Sound Quality system. And here's the thing.... admittedly, yes, it will be far better for the front seat passengers (you) however, with 200 watts going to those 2 tweeters and 2 mids, and 500 going to the sub setup, it will be able to get plenty loud enough for the back seat passengers to hear it In fact, if they are not used to a high end, decently powered stereo system, they would probably still be likely to say something like, Wow ! That's the best car stereo I've ever heard...... Then you could let them try the front seat
This is what happens when you cut the development time from 12 months to 3 months.
Because... One liter water bottles..This is what happens when you cut the development time from 12 months to 3 months.
But the real question is ,why didn’t they just leave them where they have been for the last 20 years ? Which is in the doors .
This amp?Well first off, I don't know about you, but I never sit in my rear seats lol
Secondly, I wont be using those speakers anyway. Right now, I'm trying to decide between dedicated tweeters in my dash and mids in the door spaces, OR, tweeter / mid coaxials in the dash, and some nice little mid bass drivers in the doors. Subwoofer will be moveable, but typically on the floor behind passenger seat.
I'm actually getting pretty excited about my sound system in the Maverick I think it is going to sound phenomenal > and, I don't expect it to cost much more than $1000 even with a little install costs ....which I know how to do, but its just such a PITA, id rather let the guys that do that every day, to do this for me. I do want to find somebody with experience with the Kicker Key amps though, to make sure I can get those DSP's dialed to spot on Whoo Hoo ! Sound quality + a little bit of loudness too SQL is where its at !
No. It does anything but make it flat. You put a microphone on the drivers headrest, set the factory stereo to flat, Bluetooth some test tones, close the door, let it do it’s thing.This amp?
interesting idea. I’m guessing it’s internal eq is trying to make the response FLAT?