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    Should I still disconnect my rear speaks if...

    I put coaxial speakers in my doors? And yes they would be amped.



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    Re: Should I still disconnect my rear speaks if...

    The type of speaker up front doesn't dictate having speakers in the back... You should make that decision based on your sound preferences. Most people prefer to keep the sound stage (Where it sounds like the sound is coming from) up front, using only the front speakers.

    All personal preference though.



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    What aspect of the music exactly would you like your car's rear window and roof to hear more clearly?

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    Re: Should I still disconnect my rear speaks if...

    As Punk stated, it's all subjective. Try it with both configurations to find out what's best for your ears.



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    Re: Should I still disconnect my rear speaks if...

    i like having my sound up front with a little sound in the back. But low enough where its mostly for the rear seats.



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    Re: Should I still disconnect my rear speaks if...

    Try using the fade function on your head unit then, just toy around for a bit until you find something that works.



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    Quote Originally Posted by eharri3 View Post
    What aspect of the music exactly would you like your car's rear window and roof to hear more clearly?

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    Re: Should I still disconnect my rear speaks if...

    Quote Originally Posted by AudioJunkie73 View Post
    i like having my sound up front with a little sound in the back. But low enough where its mostly for the rear seats.
    +1

    This is how I have mine setup right now. Until I get a much nicer front stage and an amp to power them I just fade it mostly to the front.




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