I hope you aren't catagorizing all Pioneers to be "horrible".... or you're just talking about the stock ones that came with your car.
I've got Pioneer HU, pair of 6x9's, pair of 6 1/2's, 2 12" subs, amp and it bumps.
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Okay, this is all great info.
So if i wanted to separate which sounds are coming from where, how many different speakers can I have to do that? From what I understand there's the sub, the mid-woofer, and the tweeter.
If I have components up front (mid-woofer and tweeter) and sub in the trunk, what fills in the sound gap from the rear? I'm trying to get a multi-directional, clear and separating sound.
[QUOTE=Calipso;1006698]I hope you aren't catagorizing all Pioneers to be "horrible".... or you're just talking about the stock ones that came with your car.QUOTE]
Definately not trying to hate on Pioneer, just the OEM's... there sooo bad
subs are supposed to be omnidirectional, meaning you shouldn't really know where its comming from, it just fills the room with base
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