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      06-07-2010, 12:02 PM   #7
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That's a trick some guys use in the Lexus too. I am concerned that at high excursions, that mounting method might allow the surround to hit the back of the grille. I've had this problem in X5 E70 and in 1-series. It may sound like a tweeter distortion. Keep an ear out for it.

I am currently running H234 in my car as a test. I have the tweeters on axis and it works well for me. Watch how they sound after break in, as that tweeter does smooth out a lot after a few hours of playing.

They are bigger than the OEM, definitely. Are you using the passive crossovers? Which output setting are you using?
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