<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by bbodyguy:
How do you like the sound of the JL's? I have never heard a free air setup, but am about to jump in w/ both feet.
Hi Peter. I was a bit apprehensive about free-airs as well, but have been very happy with how they came out. They hit nice and clean. IMHO they take more power to make the same bass, so I run the gain a little higher and that pretty much takes care of it. A friend of mine has a test CD that contains lots of tracks of single frequencies. The JLs basically have no output under 20Hz, but by 32Hz are at nearly full response.
I do recommend that you get at least two of them. I don't think that one would be able to make one hit hard enough. The biggest advantage is the trunk space, the biggest disadvantage is the cost -- the JLs were $130 each+tax.
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by CHECKERED SS:
Go to your local Audio Shop. They may have something of what you are looking for. If I get a chance, I will email you a pic of what I did. I had mine dyed by a Guy who works at SEM in Charlotte<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
Ron -- I'd love to see some pics! Send them to me and I'll post them here if you like. Also there's only three high-end car audio shops in Lexington, and none had any tips.
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by catdaddy:
ron, the boston proseries 6.5 comes with three different tweeter mounting kits,maybe someone has didn't use their angle mounts, they're perfect for that spot, also where did you put your crossover boxes?<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
HEY now we're talking! Anybody out here have the ProSeries? I'll also see if I can contact Boston directly.
I put the crossover boxes under the dash. I used double-sided tape and stuck them to the nearest flat surface. The driver's side crossover is located in the driver's footwell beneath the fusebox, and the passenger's side is in about the same relative location.