Originally Posted by Linchpin
Once you open the sun roof and windows all bets are off. It takes massive watts and audio sophistication to get good sound in an open environment because the sound waves disperse in every direction and for the most part just keep going. In a closed environment you get reflected sound. Audio engineers can design for closed environments because constraints are known that is until you start opening things to the exterior. Do you have a lot money? I mean a lot of money, because you're going to need it.
Yeah. And I'm not interested in spending money on it. At this stage of my life I'll take sounds good and integrated over "front row concert volume"