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Discussion in '2007 - 2010 Explorer Sport Trac' started by mike07083, June 19, 2011.

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  1. mike07083

    mike07083 New Member

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    Hello all...I just bought for a very good price a 3-way component speaker system by DLS Audio for my 2010 sport trac xlt. This includes a 6.5" mid bass speaker,a 2.5" midrange and a 1" tweeter....i was wondering if anyone has used a system like this for their front speakers and how and where they mounted them?? I was thinking of putting the 6.5" mid bass in the normal door location and the tweeter in the top side wings...I was going to put the 2.5" midrange in on top of the dash in the far right and left corners....Anyone have any other suggestions or comments,please respond...Also any pics would be very helpful... Thank You
     
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    probably your best bet would be to hit the car audio forums for some good tips and hints, possibly some build logs as well, diymadotcom is a good one imo.
     

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