a 6.5" screen will fit nicely, you can fit in a 7" screen but you will most likely have to create your own surround or take a look at www.bybyte.com I did have a 7" screen installed in a custom surround in my A3 hooked up to a carputer running Free Ice.
Kept it for a while but had on going...
Where abouts are you located?
The plus side of using fiberglass is that it can be moulded to the shape of the car so basically making better use of the space! I don't mind the enclosure protruding in to the boot space a bit, I just don't want it to impede on it to much.
Somethink like this...
So the door card will vibrate a fair bit as I suspected!
Well the other option was to try my hand at making a fiberglass enclosure to fit my sub, the only reason I was looking at the subs in doors idea is because it will save me a lot of time and work.
If I had an 8L i would certainly be...
Yeah I need to measure it but that is just a rough idea, that is pretty much the depth of the baffle I would use, I know I have an extra 3" between the two door skins but I need to see if the window glass gets in the way, if not then I have plenty of depth.
Will the door have enough volume to...
I think max depth without measuring is 3.5" or there abouts, so 3" just to be on the safe side would be good, however I think that is asking a bit much.
I don't want loads of bass but i do want to be able to hear/feel it
Sound deadining is easy enough, tweeters have already been removed.
the standard speakers are 6.5" in the rear so plenty big enough, only problem maybe the depth!
I have already ran wiring from the boot (amp) to the rear doors.
Nice to know it will work, saves taking up my boot witha bulky...
I'm looking at something similar, but instead of putting the subs in the parcel shelf I was considering putting a sub in each rear door, i have a A3 sportback, would the rear doors work as an enclosure of sorts?
Does anyone have the part numbers for:
Double DIN Hazard switch
A-pillar tweeter cover type thing
The little white 'o' pieces that studs click in to on the inside of the doors cards
Screws for the plastic splash gaurd underneath at the very front of the car
It is a 54 plate A3...