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I have a question here.

Ive had a set up done with front 6.5 Kappas, rear 6x9 Kappas, and Amps.

However why does my rear sound louder than my front speakers? Any suggestions? Thanks.
 

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the front and rears are almost at max!

Does it make a difference or should I just lower the rears?
 

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The fade is in the center. Equally all around...
 

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I don't know if the gains should be up so high but in any case just set the fader more to the front.
 

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I just fount out that my HU front/rear adjustment is wired backwards. If I increase the rear my rear fades if I increase the fronts my fronts fade... Think I need a new rewiring job?
 

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Either re-wire correctly or just "raise" the rear speakers to lower them making your front ones louder. 9/10 times the rear 6X9's are going to sound louder than the font speakers. I think it has something to do with the placement of the speakers and where your ears are. I always lower the rear speakers and make the front ones louder since I don't like the sound behind me.
 

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Ahh ok. If its normal that the rears will be louder than the fronts them Im relieved. I thought there was some wiring or power problem.. Thanks
 

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6x9's have more cone area so will usually have a higher sensetivity rating. Having them hitting off the rear glass causes extra reflections and is probably causing a peak somewhere in the response making them seem even louder.
 
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