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    Mounting tweeter

    I have 99 Maxima and just got some Rainbow Slc265 and I'm getting ready to mount the tweeter. I had the Bose system so there is already a hole in the door panel (although I would still have to cut to make room the the new tweeter) . Should I flush mount the tweeters or should I use the angle bracket? I would think I would get better imaging if I aimed the tweeters but don't really know. I would try both but would have to cut he panel in order to try the flush mount sound. Any help would be great.
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    Re: Mounting tweeter

    Use some double sided tape to hold the tweeter in the two different positions and see what sounds best to you. Also if looks matter to you then you will more than likely want to go with the flush mount.




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    Re: Mounting tweeter

    try to angle it towards your head. most people use a lazer pointer to image them




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    Re: Mounting tweeter

    Or just connect it and have someone aim it somewhere





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