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    Icon32 Coax/Component Tweeter location Question

    I Have JL XR Coax's in the front, And i am ordering XR Components For the back. However i have the front speakers in now and i feel i need more highs up there... Can i put the tweets form the 6.5 components (that will be in the rear) up in the front on the A pillars?

    The HU i have is the ALpine 7893 if that can have anything to do with it.

    Anyone know????







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    Re: Coax/Component Tweeter location Question

    Originally posted by DjNickCastoro
    I Have JL XR Coax's in the front, And i am ordering XR Components For the back. However i have the front speakers in now and i feel i need more highs up there... Can i put the tweets form the 6.5 components (that will be in the rear) up in the front on the A pillars?

    The HU i have is the ALpine 7893 if that can have anything to do with it.

    Anyone know????
    You can I suppose...maybe you can try on the roof right by the headrests or something...will fill with highs there...





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    It wouldnt sound like delayed or anything because the tweets are hooked up to the xover for the rear speakers though?




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    I don't think it would unless you have the time correction set up on your deck...Give it a try, see how it sounds, tweeters can always be moved easily.





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