Originally Posted by Synyster_13
might i suggest a nice set of 3-ways for the front? and put the lows in the kicks and the mids and tweets on the dash? if you have the time to fabricae this it would bring the sound stage up alot rather then having your mids down low..
Thats a nice thing to suggest but not always easy to execute due to the design of the interiors on some some vehicles. I think the important question to know here is what model of civic are you driving, hatch, sedan or coupe and what year is it? In my old 91' hatch and 90' sedan I ran a simple 2way canton 6 1/2 inch component set in the front with the mid mounted to a lightly modified door panel and the tweets mounted up on the far left and right coners on the dash firing up at the glass and that gave me excellent results. Currently I am running a 3 way system in my 02 civic couple with decent results, i had the mid/tweet mounted in pods on the dash for a while because I had just enough space to do it and the midbass mounted in the factory door location. Recently I moved the mid range drivers down to the kicks but I plan to mive them back up to the A pillar in the near future. Anyway enough of my rambling, the point is you should try some experementaion in your own car and see what works best for you and your car.
2002 Honda Civic Coupe
-Canton 3 way component set
-Image Dynamics IDMAX 12D2 v.1
-JL A6450 (fronts)
-JL G-Max (sub)
-Alpine 12 disc changer
-Alpine Ipod adapter
-Alpine PXA-H800/C800 combo
-Kinetik HC1400 + twin Batcap 400's
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Last edited by Thrill_House; 04-25-2010 at 12:36 PM.