Would have been nice to hear very nice indeed. Cannot say I have ever listened to dayton speakers and canton only ever in a home theater environment I had no idea they made anything for car audio or did you mix in home theater/loudspeaker components?
I assume you didn't use carpet underlay in that setup and also assume a decent bit of fiberglassing was employed so any pics? You must have some...
The Daytons were awesome
midbass drivers. The Canton speakers were from a set of bookshelf speakers (if you can call an 8" three way a bookshelf
) that I blew out the woofers on.
As for sound deadening/proofing - it was a crazy mix of carpet underlayment, dynamat equivalent, spray rubber (for hard to shape/reach areas), and neoprene soundproofing.
It wasn't a pretty setup - I did everything with MDF and Frankensteined most of it.
It was purely functional and my car was extremely ghetto looking.
Mechanically it was perfect, but visually?
I actually don't have any decent pics of the midbass pods in the doors - but here's a close up:
The midrange/upper mid/tweeter setup:
The wiring MESS (the other amps are under the false floor):
The subs fired directly at the rear window:
You can see my retardedly upgraded grounds here:
A while before I had chopped the car up quite so much I built these pods for triple 4.5" midbasses:
I bet you weren't expecting something so nasty looking huh?
The main point is that is sounded absolutely fantastic and didn't make much of a peep outside the car at full blast.
Tolerance is a sign of weakness.