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Old October 12th, 2007, 04:24 PM   #1
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rear 6x9 blown out 7th gen coupe 2dr

Was wondering how hard or easy it is to replace the left rear speaker. How do I get to it? Anyone recommend an inexpensive yet good pair of 6x9's?
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All you have to do is pop off that speaker cover and unscrew it from the rear deck. Some really good speakers for a good price is JL TR690-TXi 3-Way Speakers I think I picked them up for a hundred http://mobile.jlaudio.com/products_c...hp?comp_id=128
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i got infinity kappa 3 ways, but for those you would need spacers so it doesnt touch trunk tortion bars, mine touch but i dont care. and you would have to trim speaker covers probably. i did, got them $60 shipped from 2drcoupe(one of admins) on here
somebody selling another pair on here, check for sale section.
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All you have to do is pop off that speaker cover and unscrew it from the rear deck. Some really good speakers for a good price is JL TR690-TXi 3-Way Speakers I think I picked them up for a hundred http://mobile.jlaudio.com/products_c...hp?comp_id=128
thanks a lot for the feedback, I just spoke to one of the local audio guys and they were going to charge me 60 for installation.

hmm. I just took a look at them with the cover popped and the one working 6x9 moves up and down A LOT even when the stereo volume is at 15! is that normal? or does that mean it's really old?

Also, about the link you gave me, are they a lot better then stock? I can tell some of my bass is gone from the speaker being out. Thanks for the feedback you guys.

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i dont know about those. if you dont have sub i would go for speakers that have crossovers, because in my experience with 3 way speakers, bass kills high notes because there is no separation between low and high input to speakers. i got infinity kappa and they have crossovers and i can see difference specialy in songs that have high bass
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i dont know about those. if you dont have sub i would go for speakers that have crossovers, because in my experience with 3 way speakers, bass kills high notes because there is no separation between low and high input to speakers. i got infinity kappa and they have crossovers and i can see difference specialy in songs that have high bass

I use to have a 01 accord, and I bought infinity kappas for those and they were SWEET. You just reminded my, I have those in my garage somewhere. But it's a mess in there, so it's going to be very hard to find them. Why didn't I think of this earlier!!! I have very nice door speakers as well to go with them. But I have a feeling those are going to be hard to install.

So you think those 3-way speakers are going to have too much bass?
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I use to have a 01 accord, and I bought infinity kappas for those and they were SWEET. You just reminded my, I have those in my garage somewhere. But it's a mess in there, so it's going to be very hard to find them. Why didn't I think of this earlier!!! I have very nice door speakers as well to go with them. But I have a feeling those are going to be hard to install.

So you think those 3-way speakers are going to have too much bass?
mine do. they sounds pretty damn good with bass. now i just have to find whats ratteling. i just put them in back but front, in order to install i need ether spacers or cut metal(im gona try spacers).
i got pigtails for stock connectors from circuit city so i dont have to cut oem wires.
and get off your ass and clean up your garage lol
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