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    Kick panels or in the door? oppions please

    Sup everyone,

    Just starting off with my system, and looking for ideas for my front stage..Right now there just sitting in place of the stock ones, tweet indash and 6.5 in the doors.(96 jetta gsl)..Which are boston acoustic 6 1/2 65pro's componets..Im trying to decide where to mount either custom door panels or kick panels...And input would be grateful..

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    The doors will be a tad easier. You may end up liking it well enough to leave them there. And if you do it right you can always put the stock one back on after you have had time to make kicks..Kicks will give you better imaging and depth not necessarily bass but depth to get a good left and right seperation.

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