I recently installed a new Pioneer DMH-WC6600NEX head unit, 4 channel amp, speakers, and powered subwoofer in my 2022 Highlander XSE and I'm having trouble setting up the sound correctly. This is my first time doing all of this so any help is appreciated. I've installed Memphis Audio PRX3 speakers in the dash and Memphis Audio PRX6903 speakers in the front doors and added a SSL 8" LOPRO8 powered sub between the second row and third row seats. I disconnected the rear door speakers as I;ve read that most people who do builds don't use them. The door speakers have Roadkill Fast Rings installed and I have also installed Kilmat throughout the car. Everything works as it should but the sound is off. While sitting in the drivers chair the sound quality is good but if I lean forward towards the steering wheel is gets much better. The bass is more pronounced and the overall sound quality is much better. It seems my sweet spot is about 1 foot in front of my face. I have tried adjusting fader/balance controls as well as time alignment and decibels thru the head unit but the best sound is always forward near my steering wheel. The door speakers aim right at my shins and the dash speakers fire right into my windshield. Does anyone have any advice on how to move the 'sweet spot' to where my ears are normally positioned while driving the car?