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    moparmarkk Well-Known Member

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    Hi ,looking for some ideas for speaker location for a fold down back seat duster,share what you have done or what you are doing,thanks Mark
     
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    Tooljunkie King of cobble/master of the broken bolt FABO Gold Member

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    When i had my dart, my cerwin vega 15" woofer house speakers, were in the trunk. Pioneer gm120 driving them.that puppy rocked!
    Will be building a panel for the Barracuda. At that time,my sister couldnt handle driving highway speeds due to a nervous condition. After driving my car for 2 weeks driving in the summer,winows down and volume up she overcame the the problem. 26 years ago.
     
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    Abodybomber Breaking street machines , since 1983.....:) Legendary Member

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    Check out "Crutch field stereo...".....
     
  4. rumblefish360

    rumblefish360 So close, yet so far away FABO Gold Member

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    Way back when...... LOL

    2, 6x9's with a 12 inch sub woofer. 1 amp to drive the sub and one for the pair. A good EQ up front to help sound balancing. The amps had built in hi-lo pass filters. The stereo amp was a Pioneer @ 90 rms/ 180 max watts, the sub amp was a Kenwood at 100/200 watts. Could be hurtful at full volume.
    No front speakers.

    If I were to re do it today, I would rethink the lay out to retain the useage of the fold down panel I think. Not that it gets used much.
     
  5. moparmarkk

    moparmarkk Well-Known Member

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    that is what I'm trying to do,I want to keep the fold down panel working. Not alot of places to put speakers. Mark
     
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    440plus6 Well-Known Member

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    Watching this thread as I'm in the same boat. Hope to get an idea for something other than package shelf mount.
     
  7. krazykuda

    krazykuda Well-Known Member FABO Gold Member How-To Section Editor

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    I put my 6x9'a in the back panel of my 68 barracuda fastback... they were positioned so I could put the panel down without hurting the speaker... I also put metal grilles on the front to help protect them from stuff that I was hauling...
     
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