Help Me! (Expert Advice Needed)
This is a pretty complicated question, so all novices can stop reading now.
I'm trying to configure my Ranger for sound quality, and I'm in the process of replacing my entire system with a new Pioneer DEH-P7300 head unit, and Cadence Audio speakers and amps. This is what I've chosen so far:
Cadence QXR-7 3-Way Electronic Crossover w/ Built-in 7v Line Driver
Cadence Q-3000 2 Channel Stereo Amp (1x300 @ 4 ohms)
Cadence Z-6000 6 Channel Stereo Amp (6x75 @ 4 ohms)
1 Cadence UD12 12" Subwoofer
(Function: Bass (30-120HZ), Location: Between Seats)
2 Cadence ZXN52 5.25" 2-Way Coaxel Speakers
( Function: Upper Midrange (800-8kHZ), Location: Doors)
2 Cadence ZXN6K 6.5" Component Speakers
(Function: Midbass (120-800HZ), Location: Undecided)
2 Cadence CT30 3/4" Swivel Tweeters (Function: Highs (5k-22kHZ), Location: Undecided)
My question is where should I put the 6.5" components and the 3/4" tweeters for maximum SQ.? I can't put any speakers in the kick panels, because of space limitations. I was thinking of putting the 6.5's in a sealed enclosure between the seats where the amp is currently located ( members.sounddomain.com/pimpranger95 ). If I do this, the speakers will share a common chamber with roughly .30 cubic feet of airspace. Will this hurt the speakers? My idea was to put the tweets in either the A-pillars or somewhere on the dash, but I don't know if that's the best place for them. Also, just for reference, I plan on using the same sub box that you see in that picture.
I am new to the world of SQ systems, but I know that location of speakers makes a huge difference in how they sound. Any help with the positioning of these speakers is definatly appreciated.
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