Stott states (paraphrasing):
"The ads speakers stay put on the rear deck without
being formally mounted"
I've got 2 pairs of ads 320is in my, er Volvo, and I'm very
happy with them. The 320i is a component speaker, unlike the
plate speaker Stott refers to, but the acoustic
characteristics shouldn't be too dissimilar.
That being said, proper mounting is critical for two
reasons. The first is that you will get lousy bass if the
speaker just floats in the opening. Stott, when you fasten
them down, confirm that the bass tightens up...
Second, if you happen to run into something with an item
like this heavy and hard plate speaker floating around, it
could literally take off your head. Now if I want a plate in
my head, I'll have a doctor put it in right :)
Seriously, IMCO, that is a dangerous situation. Should be
rectified immediately or Darwin will take care of you and
And your bass *will* get better if you do!
Lee (I'll be an Audi owner soon, I promise) Levitt