Will putting coaxle speakers (fosgate 6.5 punch) under my rear seat be pk for sq.


ddanko11

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I have filled my rear door spots with mids and the front door with 6.5 punch coax. I want to put another pair of coax 6.5 punch I have sitting around under my rear seat or front seat angled a little so the tweeter points towards the front of my vehicle in my pontiac torrent. Any problems with that? Gonna run both sets of 6.5 punch coax off of a 150×2 fosgate prime amp at 2 ohm per channel.
Opinions before I start fabricating some stuff
FYI I'm not removing my door panels again.
 
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ddanko11

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[QUOTE="ddanko11, post: 8685989, member:
FYI I'm not removing my door panels again.
Why not?
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Wanted to keep the factory mids in the rear doors, already switched out the factory fronts for the 6.5 punch coax. I still have a pair of 6.5 punch coax sitting around. Really just want to find a good place for them in the car. To power them I Planned on just adding them to the 150×2 running the front door speakers. Running them left and right since my car only has aux and the radio.
 
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ddanko11

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Two sets of punch 6.5 door speakers and a prime 150×2 is what I have just want to make use of it all guys. Was Happy with the sound quality of the 6.5 punches now in the vehicle, just dont want to let the extra pair sit around
Under seats not a good spot for them
 

SteelKiller

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Focus on the front stage, how often do you sit in the back? You're driving, it should sound good to you!!! Personally I would ditch the idea of an amplified rear speaker set. It's just going to muddy things up and make time correction/EQ a disaster!!! If the front isn't loud enough for you find some kick pods for those extra 6.5s and let her rip!!! I promise you will be much happier in the end!!!
 
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ddanko11

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Ok we can agree on the bad thread title.
Focus on the front stage, how often do you sit in the back? You're driving, it should sound good to you!!! Personally I would ditch the idea of an amplified rear speaker set. It's just going to muddy things up and make time correction/EQ a disaster!!! If the front isn't loud enough for you find some kick pods for those extra 6.5s and let her rip!!! I promise you will be much happier in the end!!!
Focus on the front stage, how often do you sit in the back? You're driving, it should sound good to you!!! Personally I would ditch the idea of an amplified rear speaker set. It's just going to muddy things up and make time correction/EQ a disaster!!! If the front isn't loud enough for you find some kick pods for those extra 6.5s and let her rip!!! I promise you will be much happier in the end!!!
Ok I'll leave the mids in the rear doors connected to the stereo and amp the 4 punch 6.5s; the two already in the front door and the extra pair I have sitting around.
 
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ddanko11

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with a little router work this is what I came up with guys. Just have to put some carpet on it. Sounds great.
thanks for all the input
 

Jeffdachef

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oh man just wait until you hear how an actual sound system is supposed to sound like... years from now you'll look back at yourself and said WTF was i doing haha.
 

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