So, i have a pretty decent stereo aftermarket set up. Everything is focal k2 except for the subs. i have 3 in the front dash, 2 in the front doors, 3 in rear deck. what i would like to do is get some speakers in the rear doors. there is almost a dead zone right behind the front arm rest, really happy with the sound but being an audiophile it could be better. Anyone know of inserts for the rear doors? has anyone else done this without going and having custom creations done. I would go this route but the nearest place to me is atlanta which is 3 hours.
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I haven't seen it done. My only concern would be available depth in that lower portion of the door. The window transport mechanism might be the limiting factor. But, ya don't know until ya try. I'd first pull the panel to figure out how much room ya got to play with.
yea, my concerns are depth as well, i can get shallow depth speakers but my main concern is to make it look "factory". i have 10 "cabin" speakers and they are all hidden or install looks flush from the factory look. i was reaching out to see if there was a "factory style replacement" door cover that allows speaker placement and doesnt look "ricey" for lack of a better term. my interwebs search has come up with nothing..lol
There was a member here that went by the name T8sty1 or something like that. Her name was Cynthia and she was an expert in fabrication. I believe her 300 had speakers in the doors. Maybe a search would pull up pics. It's been a really long time since I've seen any posts from her though.
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