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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-13-2009, 08:41 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation 6x9s with subs...will i blow the 6x9s???

So I just ordered some Kicker 6x9s to put in my car and two people have told me I need to put them in a box or the subwoofers I currently have will overpower them or blow them due to air pressure or something. Neither of them (my buddies) really seemed to know what they were talking about but I was wondering if anyone could elaborate on this. And also, if I did put the 6x9s in a box could the box fit where my stock 6x9s are and not stand out? Thank you for helping!
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no thats not gonnna happen, your trunk would have to be air tight but trunks arent because they have a valve to release air when you close the trunk



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alright thank you.
so having the 6x9s back there while the subs are bumping wont mess anything up?
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no what kind of subs?



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just two 12" kenwoods with a 1800 watt kenwood amp
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yeah your fine



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post #7 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-13-2009, 11:43 PM
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yeah your fine
He is right, I have had systems in more then one car and I have never had any problem like that before. The only thing those 6x9's will do is make the interior sound better then the factor ones can.


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Yea that made me laugh. :P. You will be just fine. My subs dont even bother my 6x9's


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i really liked the stock sound of the original speakers i never changed yes i wanted to in a later time but i didnt mind does need tweeters though
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eh the rear stock speakers were crap. Fronts were a little nicer. I liked the pioneer ones I put in back from the SS's package.



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