Hey, OK so you don’t want to lose space inside your already restricted cab interior but if you want to enjoy some of the top bosses you are going to have to find a way.
You’ll need to hold on to the subwoofer cone sizes, the bigger the better of course but you can search out the subs that are smaller depths, say 4 inches or so, allowing them to be squeezed easily into smaller spaces, behind the seat for instance.
Now you might find it an advantage if your at this stage of thinking to build in or fix in a sub box having pushed the seat forward a little but even then it is more important to know what kind of car speakers you are gonna need for that deep bass sound in your cab.
In order to create some high-quality acoustics for your truck, you are going to need to have a few different kinds of speakers installed in your cab. Unfortunately, there is no one speaker that can do it all by itself. To effectively cover the audio frequency range (and produce great sounds), you will need to acquire multiple speakers. These cab speakers are designed specifically for working in a portion of the frequency range. When placed together in the same truck sound system, you will get optimum sound reproduction and very rich sounding acoustics.
3 Types of Truck Cab Speakers You Need To Have:
1. General speaker. Sometimes called an all around speaker, it is made for the middle range of audio frequencies. This is the most commonly used type of speaker and can play most music at adequate levels. Nothing spectacular, but good enough for most people. But don’t stop there, to make your music really come alive, you can’t forget about the upper and lower parts of the audio frequency range.
2. Subwoofer speaker. If you want some passionate bass, you’ve got to get a 15-inch subwoofer. This speaker focuses on low-frequency sounds and gives music the vibrancy that you are looking for. Be sure to match up your speaker box with the kind of bass you are trying to make. Some boxes are made to produce strong, deep bass, while others are manufactured for heavier, booming bass sounds.
3. Tweeter speaker. A tweeter is a speaker made for upper sound frequencies. It adds sharpness and clarity to any music you would listen to. Fortunately, it’s quite normal to find tweeters attached to woofer type speakers. But you may want to consider getting a separate tweeter because you can locate it in an ideal location in your truck cab.
To have a truck with an awesome sound system, you need to give proper attention to the entire audio range. You can’t just get by with the installed cab speakers that came with the truck. By using a combination of tweeters, subwoofers, and mid-range speakers, you should be able to make kick-ass sounds.