Ive always had a problem after upgrading my stock speakers with midbass.
I love drum rolls, toms, floor toms. And everything to do with percussion. But every single time i upgrade my stock speakers in cars. I lose it. Everything sounds extremely flat. Snare is there but as far as toms, and drum rolls they have no feeling to them. I love the way stock speakers carry toms. While aftermarket setups just die off. Could anyone please help me with this issue.
Im running Focal 165V2 6.5 in the front door location of an 05 Tacoma. Doors are fully raamatted and ensolite foam. I have a 4channel Kicker amp bridged giving them about 80W to each component set.
My HU i have is the W505 with Imprint. I also ran the MIC adjustment manager. Gathered different points and hearing positions to achieve the best sound for my cabin. But it just doesnt seem to bring out the percussion and low vocals.
Could it be my amp? Or does anyone know if theres a switch on the Focals crossover that could give the woofers more midbass?
It ***** when i use my g.f 09 camry and enjoy hearing my music there instead of my truck