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Old 05-30-2012, 11:10 AM   #1
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Mach Audio Tweeters

When I replace my entire system, can I change out any components in the 2001 Mach tweeters?
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Old 06-03-2012, 05:01 PM   #3
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Once you do this which is which is what I did you have to replace every speaker I got everything Alpine type s and had to get Memphis tweeters. So basically you have to get a new stereo unit to power your speakers as well
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Once you do this which is which is what I did you have to replace every speaker I got everything Alpine type s and had to get Memphis tweeters. So basically you have to get a new stereo unit to power your speakers as well
Well I'm going to go all jl so jl speaker amp and sub amp, 2 10" subs, 4 speakers, Alpine double din stereo.

But what your saying is that I can just buy 2 tweeters that are the same size and bolt and wire them up?
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Yes you can and you will have to get a new head unit anyway sad o instead of buying an amp as well might as well let the head unit power the speakers it will save you more money. Jl is a pretty damn good speaker as well I just prefer Alpine.
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Yes you can and you will have to get a new head unit anyway sad o instead of buying an amp as well might as well let the head unit power the speakers it will save you more money. Jl is a pretty damn good speaker as well I just prefer Alpine.
I really don't prefer running my speakers off of the stereo unit. My speakers that I buy are usually competition quality. Right now I'm running some infinity 2ohms which are super clear through all volume. The loudest I've been was 30 which was tonight while showing up a camaro haha
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Plus all Alpine stereos no matter how much you pay will put out 4wat to all your speakers which is very HD. Where with all other brands you are forced to pay 200+ for it to put out 4wat also if you get all Alpine it will sound better as a whole matching system
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Plus all Alpine stereos no matter how much you pay will put out 4wat to all your speakers which is very HD. Where with all other brands you are forced to pay 200+ for it to put out 4wat also if you get all Alpine it will sound better as a whole matching system
Alpine is awesome but jl is my thing

We run jl all the way in the twin Turbo f250 and our four winns boat with some wet sounds components on the boat too

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