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This is a discussion on pictures of my a pillar i fiberglassed within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; here are some pictures of the tweeter pod i fiberglassed into my a pillar. it is for a diamond audio ...

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    pictures of my a pillar i fiberglassed

    here are some pictures of the tweeter pod i fiberglassed into my a pillar. it is for a diamond audio tweeter.
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    That is some sick work man.. is this overlayed on the stock A pillar ? If not, how did you retain the clips to make it stay in... also arn't you afraid this will mess up your sound stage a little if the tweeters are up so much higher than the woofers?

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    Wow- you could sell those!

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    thanks guys. its actually halfway inside the a pillar. it retains all of the factory mounting points and is very strong. as far as messing up the sound, i will find out as soon as i finish my kick panels. i will have a component sent in the doors, a woofer in the kick panel and 1 tweeter in the pillar. in the rear of the car i will also have to component sets. hopefully 4 full sets will be pretty loud and clear.

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    they look great and everything, but your sound staging is all messed up now. You want your tweeter as close to your woofer as possible. This is why Boston Acoustics makes Axis mounts for their component sets. Thats also why they use the ambient tweeter in their setups, just to broaden the highs.

    They look good though, good luck with the soundstaging.

    -Tim

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