Took me sometime out of car audio but now I wanna do a truly awesome stereo. I'm doing this piece by piece so I at least have an opportunity to learn along the way, even if I really don't.*As stated in title my car of choice is a 97 Thunderbird 4.6. I currently have an Alpine CDA-9831 and a set of Boston Pro 50 SE. Mids are mounted in factory 6x8 holes with brackets, tweets are surface mounted at top of A pillars. Xovers are set as Comp with tweet attentuation -4
HPF - off
EQ 1 -2 2 40hz
EQ 2 -4 1 200hz
EQ 3 -3 1 500hzEQ 4 0 1(fixed) 10kHz
It sounds pretty good to me. I feel something along the way of my last Boston system just everything was hooked up totally wrong cuz my comps this time ran off deck sound a hell of a lot different than last time. Now...the tweets are sooo loud sometimes to the point where I have to turn my radio down but I like it like that**Having said that my mids still lack a lil bass. What could I adjust in my EQ to get just a lil bit more?