I recently ordered a pair of Dayton DC160-4 speakers to replace the factory woofers in the door. However, it didn't occur to me until after I bought them that the qts specification is only .33... I don't know that much about q-factor and such, but I know that people recommend at least .5 qts for in-door woofers. What is the effect of having an inappropriate enclosure for these speakers? Will they still perform better than factory woofers, or should I return them and order a pair of 8-ohm speakers with higher qts?
Or is there a way I can make the door behave more like an appropriately-sized enclosure?
They're to be mounted in my Saab 900SE, powered by a 125W 2-channel amp, with a 250hz low-pass filter. The factory 2-ohm speakers don't sound terrible, but not great either, and one of them has a bit of buzzing to it (which I can probably fix, if it turns out to be just something rattling around...)