3" speakers are industry standard? The smallest mfrs make are either 1" tweeters or 3.5" full range, neither of which are just 'drop in'.ShadyJC said:Dash speakers should be pretty easy to replace since the ones used are pretty industry standard.
Whoops, you are probably right on the size. What I meant was from an impedence perspective it's easier to find a 4 ohm speaker than a 2 ohm speaker so you could "drop in" those into the logical chain of the sound system without having to make other modifications.ujmot said:3" speakers are industry standard? The smallest mfrs make are either 1" tweeters or 3.5" full range, neither of which are just 'drop in'.
Thanks Steve.MustGoFastR said:Great pics! So are these impedance matched direct drop-in replacements for the Bose speakers? You're still running them off the stock amp, right? You planning on replaceing the rear door & pillar speakers as well?
Its my Polk Momo 8" subs. They only require 0.35cu ft of sealed enclosure each and having so little space to work with, it was the main reason I went with them. A lot of people rag on Polk Momo gear without ever listening to them. I think it's because it has 'Momo' on it, they disregard it dressed up crap. I used to dismiss them also until I went out and listened to them. IMO, Polk makes very good SQ, quality subs & speakers for the money. Not going to win any SPL contests by any means, but they impressed me enough to go with those little 8s. More than enough for what I want... not looking to rattle windows from 5 blocks away.ShadyJC said:Hey, what's the MOMO box in the background of Mids 2.JPG?