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Old 07-17-2013, 11:04 AM   #1
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Blown speakers

I couldn't help but notice when I bought my car the two back speakers were blown all they do is give out and make clicking noises. So should I just replace them with after market speakers or should I buy replacement mach speakers?? Which would be better??
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Check out Amazon, if you are on a budget try these. I bought 4 for my stang for a temp fix(money was low) and wow I'm keeping them sound better then my other car polk.system

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If you go aftermarket with speakers you usually Won't get a lot of bass, but mids and highs. I recommend at least getting a little sub to have a little extra bass but in the end it will sound very good.
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If you go aftermarket with speakers you usually Won't get a lot of bass, but mids and highs. I recommend at least getting a little sub to have a little extra bass but in the end it will sound very good.
Depends on the size and the frequency response. A small speaker just isn't capable of making that low sound but the Polk dxi and the infinity reference lines of speakers have quite a bit more base to them than most.
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I'm not worried about the bass I need something with good highs and lows I have two twelve inch subwoofers and a nice amp
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I'd head in to a shop and listen to what they have on display and go with what you like the sound of.
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Go aftermarket 3 way or better. I have run all kinds of speakers. Rockford Fosgate, alpine, pioneer, kicker. I find that the power series Rockford put out a lot of sound as well as competition series Kicker. I have kicker 6.5's in the doors, 5x7's in the rear, 6x9's in the hatch all Rockford amp powered and a set of Rockford 10" subs. I always use Pioneer head units as they have a ton of settings accessible from the head unit, that and it's cheap because I have a friend in car stereo who cuts me good deals. If you have the money, spend it on a quality speaker so u are not replacing them down the road. If u lived close I would set u up. I do all my own installs. Have for the last 18 years. Lol.
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Old 08-09-2013, 10:58 AM   #9
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Damn I need someone like u I'm doing the entire system all over again. I have a new head unit subs just got new rear deck speakers capacitor Distributor and the box for the subs. I just need wires and then ill be ready to roll.
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Just take your time. I'm sure you will do fine.
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