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Old 04-23-2012, 08:13 PM   #1
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Changing speakers in car.

Could I swap out my speakers in my car for some pioneers? Like direct swap or do I have to find some amps? Idk some guy told me I'd have to locate the amp or something ?
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Old 04-24-2012, 07:32 AM   #2
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If you just want to replace the speakers, just about any make you want makes a direct replacement. Check out crutchfield.com for some good comparison shopping.
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Speaker won't work with stock amps. It's best to get rid of old and bring in New. I had 4 pioneer speaker and a Walmart amp. Sounded great then added a kicker sub and pioneer amp for even a better system. But shop around find what you like best I went with cheap and easy
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Speaker won't work with stock amps. It's best to get rid of old and bring in New. I had 4 pioneer speaker and a Walmart amp. Sounded great then added a kicker sub and pioneer amp for even a better system. But shop around find what you like best I went with cheap and easy
They will work just fine with stock amps. Won't sound as good as running them through an aftermarket amp, but they will work. I've replaced the crappy factory speakers with aftermarket units from several makes in a 83GT, 94 Cobra, 04 F150 over the years. They all had one thing in common; each speaker has a positive and negative post.
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They won't work cause the stock are 8 ohms amps and the speaker are 4 ohms I know i tried. You can rewire to play all speaker of the cd player but that takes a lot of time messing with wires and stuff.
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I had kicker doors and the 6x9 in the back to a aftermarket head unit with no amp sounds good it ain't got that big thump that jiggs ride around with but I don't like that anyway..

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Old 04-26-2012, 06:11 PM   #7
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God I don't know anything about this. Can someone explain it in dummy terms.

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What is an amp where is it what do I change it with where do I get it
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Amplifier or "amp" is a power out put device used to make the bass hit harder .. You can get them at any car audio store or even Walmart if u go that route only pioneer from there from an audio store there are a lot of great brands .. Rocker.. Jl audio.. Memphis.. Kicker.. Orion.. Etc
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