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For anyone interested, I have just completed the install of component speakers (separate tweeter and woofer) in the rear doors. Yes, I successfully drilled the door panel and everything fit. Nervous?... You bet! Pictures will follow.
 

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Nicely done!

These are for the people on rear seat, aren’t they? Or, do you feel these improve the sound quality to the ones on front seat somehow?
 

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Yes, I installed them to improve the sound quality in rear, match the front set I had already installed, and it turns out that it improved the overall sound for the front too.
 

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If you're asking what I used to replace the stock speakers, I used JBL GX600C. They're a 2-Way component package with a crossover.
 

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No, I am asking what type of speaker did you replace (OEM). Are they midrange speakers or 2-ways? Crutchfield has them listed as 2-way, but some times crutchfield is wrong so I just wanted to check.

Also, what ohm are stock, 2 or 4? It might say on the back of the stock speaker.

Thank you
 

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perfect, thank you very much! I didn't think they'd be 2-ways. I hate that crutchfield suggests replacing a mid with a 2way :(

Nice job on your install btw, looks clean
 

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I'm curious what the DSP unit is sending to the rears - full spectrum or is there a high frequency cutoff like for the front door midranges. Are you getting decent output from the rear tweeters?
 

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I'm sorry I haven't responded to your question. I didn't see the notification email.

Yes, I am getting decent output from the component rear tweeters. I've ridden back there and another family member too. We both noticed a difference.
 
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