Forumsee logo
Forumsee » Cars » Car Audio and Multimedia » Read message
RSS: Subscribe to RSS

Audiofrog GB questions.

General Car Audio Discussion - DIYMA Car Audio Forum - www.diymobileaudio.com
So I'm looking at the Audiofrog GB series gear here. Trying to do some thinking on my part about my application. Just mainly toying with the idea at this point as I have Hertz Mille Legend 3 way's right now. So my question is how well do these speakers work in a off axis situation. I have a 2015 Dodge Challenger Scat Pack and the mids are mounted in the dash firing up towards the windshield and the tweets would just go in the A-pillar off axis to keep things as clean as possible. The setup im looking at potentially doing is the GB60 in the doors, GB25 in the dash and the GB10 in the A-pillars. Another question I have is GB40 vs GB25. Looking at the response diagrams for the 40 vs 25 does not seem to be a huge difference in a 3-way type application like im considering. Is there something im missing? The dash has 3.5" factory so going with the 4" could mean cutting to fit properly but im not entirely sure. The 2.5 would be a simple adapter to whip up on the router table. Thoughts and suggestions? Thanks!


Read responses in diymobileaudio.com

Tags


Last videos:

CR-Z on YouTube
CR-Z on YouTube
Test Driving C3 Corvettes
Test Driving C3 Corvettes
Detroit Auto Show Preview
Detroit Auto Show Preview
I Joined The Flying Roof Club
I Joined The Flying Roof Club
shameless plug for my youtube channel
shameless plug for my youtube channel
The science of dubstep
The science of dubstep
Has this been posted before now?
Has this been posted before now?
Could The Mid-Engine Corvette Actually Be A C7?
Could The Mid-Engine Corvette Actually Be A C7?
Cars · 
Mobility · 
Hardware · 
Motorbikes · 
Travel · 
Boating · 
Aviation · 
production-frontend
About Forumsee · Contact · Privacy policy · Request content removal
We use cookies for navigation analysis and personalized advertisement. By using our site, you agree to our use of cookies.
Accept  ·  Learn more