Where do kick panels go?
Here goes: Kick panel speaker mounting involves the (often) custom-placement of speaker drivers in the panel next to your feet, adjoining the throttle and brake pedals, as well as the mirror image panel on the passenger side below the glove box.
Where are speakers located in my car?
In most vehicles, factory speakers are installed in the doors, typically low on the door surface. In some vehicles, manufacturers may place speakers in the dash or in the side space below the dash, known as the kickpanel. In non-hatchback models, they may place rear speakers on the deck above the back seat.
Is there a difference between front and rear speakers car?
While your front speakers should give you the best midrange and high frequencies possible, your rear speakers can be conventional coaxials or low frequency drivers. Their purpose is to add ambiance and depth to your forward soundstage.
What is a kick bin?
kick bin is just a slang term for upper bass cabinet. the name comes from the fact that kick drum frequencies are from roughly 100-190ish. the practical use of a kick bin is to boost the upper range of bass frequencies and to make your system sound kickier/punchier.
Are all car speakers Universal?
All these different car manufactures have such unique ways of mounting their speakers it is almost impossible to have a standard speaker fit all the applications. In the meantime, you can use our vehicle selector to confirm which stereos fit your car and get some info on what else is needed for the installation.
What sizes do speakers come in?
Standard sizes are 3″, 4″, 5-1/4″, 6-1/2″, 8″, 10″, 12″, 15″, and 18″. Actual measurements can vary significantly regardless of the manufacturer’s size designation.
Is it OK to mix car speaker brands?
Mixing brands and types of car speaker brands will cause a distortion in the sounds inside your car. The tonal balance of the speakers and the sound quality all get affected when you mix speakers. Try to get matched sets, as you will get high quality sound.
Can you mix 2-way and 3 way speakers?
You could combine a two-way speaker consisting of a sub-woofer and a tweeter, with a three-way middle, tweeter, and super tweeter combination. However, that’s pretty much where it ends. Component speakers, on the other hand, are infinitely customizable.
What is an audio kick panel?
Car Audio Kick Panels are custom molded to take up the smallest possible footprint while still aiming the speaker and tweeter for optimal sound quality. Kick panels are available with a variety of sizes and color finishes that allow for an excellent OEM fit and finish.
What is a Q form kick panel?
Vehicle Specific Custom Kick Panels Q-Forms are replacement kick panels that have “molded in” speaker mounting locations to house the speaker system of your choice. Each Q-Forms panel is custom designed to be a replacement for the factory panel in your car, truck, or SUV.
What are retrosound kick panels?
RetroSound Kick Panels are available without speakers, with standard speakers, and with deluxe speakers. They are air injection molded for a perfect fit. The black textured plastic finish can be coated with a plastic adhesive paint or vinyl paint to match your interior color and design.
Why choose Q-Logic kick panels?
To that end, Q-Logic has built its name on providing affordable solutions that enhance your musical enjoyment. Q-Forms are replacement kick panels that have “molded in” speaker mounting locations to house the speaker system of your choice. Each Q-Forms panel is custom designed to be a replacement for the factory panel in your car, truck, or SUV.