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Cutting into your door panels is always risky because of mounting depth. My Infinity Kappas are mounted pretty tight into the door panels. once you start cuttin, there's no turning back... be careful!!! They have the ability to angle towards the listeners, but they are sooo crisp, i just leave them facing the center.
here's how i flush mounted my tweeters.
I gave you bad advice about mounting the tweeters, when I told you I had mounted them but I hadn't hooked them up to my amp yet. There way to close to my ears and I don't get an even blend of mid base. A friend of mine who installs stereos for a living told me the best place on my explorer would be to mount them flush in the factory grilles of the door speakers or as close to them as possible. He said otherwise you won't get an even blend if hi's and midbass. [email protected]