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|25th February 2007, 23:29||#31|
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@clipto33. In no way a coax can spoil sound. A comp setup in the front is required for imaging and resolution in sound. Well, with a coax it's a bit difficult to achieve any of that.
And the rear fills are there just to fill the sound and support the front. So, a comp setup is not required there.
Spend some time listening to different installs with coax in the front and comps. You'll be able to understand what the fuss is all about.
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