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Old 05-05-2012, 01:27 AM   #1
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Hi!! I am replacing my speakers on my 2000 hard top on sunday i believe they are 6x8's both front and rear. I tried researching on speaker sizes but some says that the rears are 6-1/2... Is 6-1/2 the same as 6x8???

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Hi!! I am replacing my speakers on my 2000 hard top on sunday i believe they are 6x8's both front and rear. I tried researching on speaker sizes but some says that the rears are 6-1/2... Is 6-1/2 the same as 6x8???

Thanks!! I appreciate any help.
By the way these are the speakers, it's cheap but i read alot of good reviews and i'm getting it in walmart..

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Do you guys think the rear speakers will fit my car?? Ty!!
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Old 05-09-2012, 09:44 PM   #3
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Re: Speaker sizes

6 1/2's are WAY different than 6x8's. 6x8's are oval than circle. 6x9's are more oval than 6x8's too btw. i just made my own mounts for my 6x9's in the back, and then 6 1/2's in front
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Yeah! Sorry for being so stupid. Lol!!! i already bought pioneer 6x8's front and rear. And guess what, i didn't even feel any difference between this pioneer speakers and the stock ones it's only good on high volumes crisp and clear. Is there something to do with my cheap boss head unit???
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Yeah! Sorry for being so stupid. Lol!!! i already bought pioneer 6x8's front and rear. And guess what, i didn't even feel any difference between this pioneer speakers and the stock ones it's only good on high volumes crisp and clear. Is there something to do with my cheap boss head unit???
I definitely suggest swapping head units... They make a world of difference as far as user friendly integration goes.. and wiring external amps,subs and speakers up. Kenwood makes one of the best single din decks out there...but id also suggest getting the next series up in pioneer or possibly getting a 4 channel amp for your speakers. that'd make them louder and clearer
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I just drilled new holes an adjusted the speakers when I put my 6 by 9s in
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