My system is in a chevy extended cab truck. When the windows are up, it sounds like total crap. Then when the windows are down, it actually sounds nice. I know it has to do with the air space in side the cab... but is there anything I can do to make the sound better with the windows up?
I have an seal box with two jl audio 10 inch single voice coil subs, powered by an jl e-1400 amp, the subs are 8 ohmn, wired in parl. for an 4 ohmn load, they sound lousy, dont hit hard at all, if I turn the amp up the sit there & rumble! I have been told the only way I will get the hard hitting bass I want is to install two 6 inch mid woofers, what do you guys think?
Lol yep, and the wind in the face gets on my nerves as well. People also see you with the windows down and the system turned up, and they think you're just trying to be cool with the windows down and the radio up....
Hay taylor what way are your subs firing? I had an extended cab S10 with a single 12 firing down and it sounded great. I heard a truck just like mine with 4 12s firing up and it didn't sound near as good. (both systems were mid to top of the line) So the equipment couldn't have made that big of a diffrence.