Re: Tweeter position dilema..HELP!
the tweeter doesnt always have to be close though being close is better. if you have the ability to time align the tweeters seperate from the mids placing the tweeters higher up on the a-pillars or dash can be beneficial.
without time alignment you just need to get them as on axis as possible and still have a way to tame them down if they are a little bright. most crossovers that come with the tweeters can do this.
a set of coaxial can sound good as well but just dropping them in isnt going to work the best. you would be better building a pod to angle the speakers more on axis.
not saying that drop-ins wont do you fine, for some people drop ins work great for the true audiophile custom is the only way to go.
really it depends on what you want out of the system and how much time you have to put into the systems design and actual built.
for tweeters do a quick search on tweeter spheres and you can learn alot in keep_hope_alive s thread about tweeter aiming and placement.
personally i like taking a strip of velcro and just sticking my tweeter around till i find a good spot then i modify that spot to be better usually by making tweeter spheres
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