2005 3.0 R n totaled
All that info is available on Subaru's website or on Edmunds.com....
I wish I had pictures with me but the rear door speakers are some dinky 4" main driver with a separate tweeter component mounted above it.A coaxial as it's name implies is two drivers mounted in a common chassis sharing the same driver axis. I've not pulled the rear door panels but coaxes could be considered four speakers in two chassis'. I didn't listen to the stereo in the premium but the H/K in our Limited is decent for what my wife likes. If it were my car I would have to upgrade the drivers and add a separate amp.
He stated that these were the components of the HK system, yet it is missing the subwoofer and amplifiers. That's what I was pointing out. My earlier post in this subject was strictly about the HK system as well. Therefore, this photo is missing the subwoofer from the cargo area.I wish I had pictures with me but the rear door speakers are some dinky 4" main driver with a separate tweeter component mounted above it.
Actually.. looks like someone already posted it in the past on this site. I don't know where the thread is that this came from but here's the picture of the components of the HK system.
My mistake, you didn't mention that you were referencing a previous post. Sounded like you were stating that the subwoofer is in the rear cargo area as standard.
Only you (with your ears) can answer that.<O</O... The audio systems are very important to me... because I really would like the best audio.
Replace its brain!I have the HK 7 speaker system in my 13 Outback and imho it sucks. No sound at all for the rear and very flat overall, no power or depth. My system in my 11 F350 is wonderful comparatively, and I thought that was the worst factory stereo I'd ever had prior to this.