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    1ST Post - MB Quart Better Off / On Axis?

    I have some MB Quart components with the wide-sphere tweeters. Does anyone have any opinions or knowledge of if they can be mounting off axis with good results, or are these known to be better on axis?

    I have an 04 STI which I will probably keep the 6.5 in the factory door area, but was thinking about mounting the tweeter in the A pillars fire across basically!

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    Re: 1ST Post - MB Quart Better Off / On Axis?

    Tape is your friend. Stick them on and see what you like best before you permanently install.




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    Re: 1ST Post - MB Quart Better Off / On Axis?

    on axis with some EQing there not bad.. the lower line MBs aren't impressive though...



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