I just installed a set of Hybrid Audio Clarus C61-2s and wanted some advice on my install, particularly the mid installation. I am currently running them active from a carPC with the following parameters:
HPF at 63hz @ 24db for the mids
HPF/LPF at 5.9khz for the mids/tweets (can't tell the difference between anything in the 5k-6k range, so I just picked something)
Currently, I have to boost the 60 and 120hz bands by about 6db to get good midbass response, but of course this does muddy up the mid range a little bit. I am wondering if theres anything I can do to improve my install.
Speakers are mounted on 3/4" thick MDF rings surrounded by weatherstripping clay. Tweets are in stock locations aimed slightly forward and upwards.
I've used Raammat on the inner door skin (both sides, 1 layer), and on the outer door skin behind the speaker (whatever I could reach). The large holes in the outer door skin were sealed with a plexiglass sheet, but this still seems to have some flex. Any recs for what I can change it to or how to improve midbass response?
Any advice is appreciated!