Title: is it posible to fit 6x9's
Description: on an almera backdash
-jack- - August 5, 2009 01:31 AM (GMT)
I considering replacing the whole backdash but dont want to raise the speaker too high or cut the metal underneath to accommodate the speaker.
riad - August 5, 2009 01:57 AM (GMT)
yea jus use risers......simple
-jack- - August 5, 2009 02:03 AM (GMT)
that wouldnt affect the sound from it in any way?
I donno if is just me or that they just dont sound as good when they 2" above the backdash on some risers as opposed to 6x9's in those ole school vehicles that had the backdash cut & the 6x9's mounted on them.
i donno eh, I just asking.
BassMekaniX - August 5, 2009 02:08 AM (GMT)
it wont lindon, all depends on how u put it on
-jack- - August 5, 2009 02:25 AM (GMT)
somehow all the ones I heard with risers sounded crappy to me. it could probably be that the idiots set their head units bad so it sounding like crap.
but to me the ones mounted on the backdash with the rear of the speaker open to inside the trunk sounds better than the speaker practically in a small enclosure with a hole behind it.
I find you used to get more bass from the ones mounted on the dash itself too, i distinctly remember my neighbor had his installed with risers & he had an amp pushin his, I had 2 jensen 6x9's powered by a pios clockface & it pwned him. plenty more bass out of it.
(...Rovin...) - August 5, 2009 05:11 AM (GMT)
pass in by steves & pick up 2 of d plastic 6x9 risers , is about $40\pair
if was me id cut it & fit it flat\neat , did 1 a while back , u dont need to take out much metal ...
boom_squid_2 - August 5, 2009 11:14 AM (GMT)
Oh oh oh if you buying 6x9 get the ones with the lil horn in the middle, the creame colour pios na.0_o