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Old 03-10-2013, 09:50 AM   #1
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Need new speakers!

Any suggestions what would be the best speakers for my 04 GT ..have a double din pioneer radio and the Mach speakers are just really weak and cheap. I would love suggestions n maybe some links. Thanks in advance!
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I have german maestro sv6509's in the front and a pair of standard rockford fosgates (forgot the model) in the back and it's absolutely amazing. They are kinda pricey because they are competition speakers but if you want amazingly crisp mids and highs I highly recommend german maestro they are studio quality audiophile speakers. Also remember rear speakers are pretty much filler sound. You will get much better sound if you were to spend for example 500$ on front speakers and 300$ on back than 400$-400$ even.
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I have never even know there were back speakers lol, don't look much back there. I have a convertible. Where do you buy them online or in stores? I will deff take a look into them
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You should have speaker mounts in the front door the kick panel and the rear side panels. If you go to crutchfield. Com you can select your car and it will tell you all the size speakers that will fit in your car it's very helpful. And if you do decide to go with german maestros you will have to find a licensed car audio dealer that sells them. For the rockford fosgates you can get them anywhere. They are superb speakers as well just not as exclusive
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Is Rockford a better brand then pioneer you think? The only thing with maestros may be a little to expensive for right now and anything will be an improvement from the stock lol. Do I also need to buy amplifiers too?
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To me rockford fosgates blow pioneers out of the water. But to many sound is sound and anything is better than stock. If you have an after market head unit most come with a built in amp strong enough to power most speakers. But an aftermarket amp will definitely improve sound .
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Any suggestions what would be the best speakers for my 04 GT ..have a double din pioneer radio and the Mach speakers are just really weak and cheap. I would love suggestions n maybe some links. Thanks in advance!
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To me rockford fosgates blow pioneers out of the water. But to many sound is sound and anything is better than stock. If you have an after market head unit most come with a built in amp strong enough to power most speakers. But an aftermarket amp will definitely improve sound .
Ok thank you so much for your help. Going to look at some Rockford fosgates & I will def let you know when I purchase some this week
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Glad I could help! Do you plan on doing the installation yourself?
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:34 PM   #10
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No no no. Lol I would really screw something up I don't trust myself, leave it up to the professionals
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