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sirloin
05-26-2005, 02:11 AM
like the title says..i have 05 lancer evo and i need to install my 3 ways..anyone know how i should image them? thx

denver

JAZN
05-26-2005, 02:14 AM
midbass in doors, midrange/tweet in kicks.

audiolife
05-26-2005, 02:14 AM
tweeter and mid in the kicks and 6.5" in the door is the typical set up

sirloin
05-26-2005, 02:30 AM
anyone have pix of this setup. i mean where exactly is the kick panel... my car has the 6.5 in the door and tweets in the A pillars.. i have no place for the midbass..help would be great! ill take pix of my door tomorrow and ill show you guys! thx

audiolife
05-26-2005, 10:18 AM
what set do you have ? they are usually tweet 4" and a 6.5"

squeak9798
05-26-2005, 10:25 AM
what set do you have ? they are usually tweet 4" and a 6.5"

:word:

So far I'm not following :confused:


http://www.s-waves.com/gallery/car_pics/images/integra_kickpanels2.jpg

Those are kickpanels. You would place the midranges and tweeters there on each side of the car.

sirloin
05-26-2005, 11:14 AM
ahh isee thx squeek that's what i needed.. well here this is what i have ok

woofer = 6.5
midbass = 3 or 4" i forgot
tweet = 28mm

so now im debatin...should i put the midbass and the tweet in the kick panel..and then put the woofer in the door?

OR

should i put the woofer in the door, midbass in the kick, and tweet in the "a" pillar? what do you guys recommend to be best?

squeak9798
05-26-2005, 11:21 AM
Ok, you are getting your terms confused, and that's where everybody is getting lost...LOL.

The 6.5" speaker is the midbass, the 3" or 4" speaker is the midrange, and then you have the tweeter.

So, you want to put the midrange and tweeter in the kickpanel, and midbass in door :) You only really want to mount your tweeter on the a-pillar if you are crossing it over extremely high (like 7khz+), otherwise keep it with the mid.

sirloin
05-26-2005, 11:45 AM
alright thx again squeak! lol...yea sorry got my terms got all jumbled...so then put my tweet with my "midrange" and then my midbass in my door. sounds good to me!