Alright sorry, perhaps I should have read the before you post read this section. I'll shut up now
That was uncalled for, ass.Stealth said:Wow... sounds like none of you really know much about what you're talking about. Seriously if you want to know what's good and what isn't, LISTEN TO IT. Experience is the only way for you to decide what you do and don't like.
You couldn't be any more wrong on that. Almost ANY aftermarket speaker will play lower than your factory ones, not to mention they will likely have a higher sensitivity, so they will play louder with the same ammount of power. You may lose your bass if you don't set things up correctly, or if wherever you got them installed put in bass blockers.shidarin said:Also, when upgrading stock speakers to any kind of aftermarket, you will lose your bass- so you're gonna need to hook in some subs too. The stock systems are made to provide the bass- while aftermarket is meant to go in a system with bass- so they cut out the base in order to provide less distortion.
True. It's happened to me twice. My interior speakers are powered separately by a 4 ch amp. Is there a fix for this? Maybe play around with the crossover? I've got subs in the trunk but I miss the midbass at lower volumesshidarin said:I'm sorry stealth, but I couldn't be more right about the stock speakers vs aftermarket. It's a very common problem that many people run into.