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I got my new speakers in for my front doors today, and when I removed the stock ones I couldn't believe how absolutely crappy they are. It's like they forgot to install the magnet, this crap shouldn't even be installed in vehicles.

 

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I got my new speakers in for my front doors today, and when I removed the stock ones I couldn't believe how absolutely crappy they are. It's like they forgot to install the magnet, this crap shouldn't even be installed in vehicles.

What is the brand/model of your replacements?

Everybody keeps telling me I need to upgrade my stock speakers....
 

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JL Audio C2-650x
They are a coax speaker, I used the Scosche adapters for the install as well as the Metra wire adapters.
Made for a very quick and easy install, and a huge improvement in sound.
 

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In trims with the OEM Sub box, I am pretty sure the sound quality is admirable. If you were to run a 4-channel on High-pass on stock speakers and run an aftermarket Sub (like what you want) with its own amp, I am sure the speakers will be fine and the sound will be above average. Like I mentioned in your other thread, the truck does rattle when the base hits pretty hard. Before I had a sub in my car, the door speakers (I run Boston Acoustics RM5s) hooked up to a 4-channel on normal would sound ****ty because of the rattle. The door was not tuned for the RM5s and thus the sound was crappy. Now, both my amps run on their own line-level controllers and sound pretty awesome without the weirdness.
 
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