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Username: Jbaker97

Houston, Tx Usa

Post Number: 12
Registered: Mar-05
I dont know alot about installs. I just installed 4 rf stage 3 10" in the back of a honda civic coupe. There was already 8" kicker freeairs in the back deck when I got it used for mid bass powered by a RF 200.2. Should I take them out or I have also been told that I might need to vent the back deck so the subs in the truck wont affect the speakers in the deck. pressure and all.. any advice please.....I was just told I was stupid. Just wondering what to do?
 

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Username: Tragedy

San Jose, CA

Post Number: 73
Registered: Feb-05
James i would take them out.

Theres really no need to have midbass in the rear deck and subs in the trunk. The midbass sound would be overpowered by the subs and since they are free air it will affect them.

Now if you could move the midbass to the front then that would be ideal. After removing them from the rear deck you can then strech speaker grill cloth over the openings allowing a greater dB increase because your are venting the trunk into the cabin.
 

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Username: Jbaker97

Houston, Tx Usa

Post Number: 13
Registered: Mar-05
thanks..
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