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Impressive craftsmanship. You should be proud. Bet they'll sound great!

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Impressive craftsmanship. You should be proud. Bet they'll sound great!


Thanks bud, they do sound great. Even with the factory eq sucking the life out of the mid range.

Also just realized photobucket jacked up some of my pics. I'll fix them tomorrow
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Looks great. Where did you get the vinyl for the wrap? It appears to be a very close match to the interior.
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Looks great. Where did you get the vinyl for the wrap? It appears to be a very close match to the interior.


Got it here. It's not %100 exact but no one will notice, it's very close

http://m.yourautotrim.com/stx7556.html
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Re: Custom pillars for midrange speakers...

Greetings,

Excellent build.

I one my early designs was thinking to go with a 3 way front with a center channel speaker and just use the rear pillars as mid range fills. In the end I decided to work with OE 9 speaker locations. With the DSP's I knew I could tailor the sound to my liking without any problem.

If have to do it over again, I might really consider going to a 3 way front with custom dual 10 sub and 4 inch mid range fill still using HAT speakers. Technically, with sub(s) in place, it really a 4-way front with the proper crossover settings in mobile audio.

In any event, happy tunes with happy trails.

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