I have a roll bar so that parts easy. Thanks for the great idea! Mount them to
the roll bar and angle both sets toward four ears! Nuff said!
No taker's on the 70 yet. I shouldn't have said that the car has a rotary
engine. Maybe that was a slight misrepresentation of the facts. I bought a
Navy surplus turbine engine (APU) and installed that. No pictures available.
Fred Katz wrote:
> I had speakers in the sides of the rear deck on my '68. At highway speeds,
> couldn't hear anything. On my '66, I did likewise by placing speakers at
> the rear on the sides and added two speakers up front. Same, couldn't hear
> Recently on my '66, I installed speakers on the rollbar behind the seats.
> The speakers are to the side, and angled towards the seated driver and
> passenger. At highway speeds, the sound is excellent and crystal clear.
> They're a box with metal brackets to adjust the position. I also mounted
> speakers under the dash on the small triangle that faces forward.
> The difference is amazing, having the speakers positioned near the head
> versus the speakers in the car body panels. Miata seats must be even
> > From: RickStayner@aol.com
> > To: email@example.com
> > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Re: Car speakers
> > Date: Wednesday, March 01, 2000 4:59 PM
> > I have installed speakers in the door panels of my car. With rear
> > behind the seats, I get pretty good volume without distortion, even at
> > highway speeds.
> > But Miata seats seem the way to go.
> > Hey, I even installed small speakers in my motorcycle helmet. Music just
> > makes the ride better!
> > Rick Stayner
> > 69 2000
> > Harrisburg, Pa