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Old 03-20-2020, 08:11 PM
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SO, you mounted a set of tweeters in the rear doors where the factory mid range were hey??? hmmmm I installed the same speakers here as what I put in my dashboard mid range and while I'm VERY happy with the dashboard sound (definitely upgraded) I feel the sound in the reas now misses the high end the tweeters give, so I was debating on splicing in a set of extra JL C2-075 tweeters I had from the C2 2 way set I purchased years ago for my speakers upgrade...but not sure if I was to splice them into the door's wiring if they'd get the high signals OR just the signals sent to the midrange and therefore the tweeters wouldnt sound proper. I believe that is was what would happen as the factory amp sends specific frequency ranges to specific speakers and therefore my lazy attempt would be not smart.
Whatever is being fed to my non-DSP rear door "Mid" speaker position, the tweeters like it and I like the overall sound of it with those JLs in there.

You might also alter the total impedance if you downstream the tweeters? Just wondering'? An EE or audiophile would need to chime in on that aspect.

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Whatever is being fed to my non-DSP rear door "Mid" speaker position, the tweeters like it and I like the overall sound of it with those JLs in there.


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I think the thing here is NON-DSP as opposed to my DSP system. I guess it can't hurt to try wiring up my spare new tweeters and if it DOES modify my impedance for the worse, it will make the speaker volume output lower so that's kinda fine to me cause the majority of passengers I have are dogs anyhow


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