Dunno why I didn’t think of this before...going to Bugjam so maybe I’ll get to see/hear Absolut’s handiwork there.
Rear speakers are a big deal for me...have a Kombi so want to share with the victims in the back seats
Also I tend to have the fader a bit towards the rear...have always liked a slight rear bias to the sound. Might be down to the Sharp box speakers I had on the parcel shelf of my Mk1 Astra...
The rears don’t give a massive amount of sound. They are more about providing a bit of rear fill. I have a Kombi as well, and when I ripped the rear out when resigning as insulating the kids noticed a big difference as the sound wasn’t throwing greatly from the front at the low volume it needs to be in order to hold a family conversation with background music.
Wind it up and the sound is good. With the bass control on the dash you can alter it to your desire. Tweeters give out a really good level of highs. For me, whilst the Hertz mid’s give a reasonable sound production, because it is being thrown at your ankles it doesn’t provide the crisp sound that I like from the mids higher up in the cabin.
Well worth the money though as it is a world away from the speakers that come with the van.