I asked this question in the last post of an old thread, so i'm sure nobody opened it again to read it.
Baically, my question was in regards to the 'vibe' rectangular 6x9's.
The recommended enclosure size for them is 2 cubes, which is HUGE.
My question was whether i could put these in enclosures that i design to sit on top of my subwoofer enclosure, perched over the tops of the rear seat (stationwagon) firing forward into the cabin, while the subs fire rearwards at the hatch.................
Obviously, i physically CAN, i'm just wondering if this would cause a lot of cancellation/problems/bad soundstage.
Right now for midbass i have the woofers from a set of type-r components in .5cf sealed boxes in my rear doors, and while it's OK, i want midbass that can put out a lot more volume. My L7's are 15's, and ported @ 33hz, so they have NO midrange extension, they sputter out ~55hz.
Anyone have feelings about this one way or the other? I would take the carpet off of my subwoofer box, and recarpet both boxes together, so it wont look bad, it will just look like there's some 6x9's poking their heads over the rear seat.
My intent is to do away with rear door speakers altogether, have my kenwood 25th anniversary 6.75 components in the front play 200hz+ have the 6x9's play 60-200hz, and have my sub play 60hz, and DOWN.
Let me know what you think!