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Can you put bigger speakers in a car?

Can you put bigger speakers in a car?

You can put smaller or bigger speakers in your car. If you’d like to have a softer and less loud output of sound, then it’s possible to put smaller speakers in your vehicle. However, if you prefer a louder sound output with more bass, you can put bigger speakers in your car.

Can I put aftermarket speakers in my car?

A. Yes, you can, but it’s not going to yield the best results. Assuming you’re able to work out the wiring, you’ll need a way to physically install the speakers so they’re not flying around loosely in your car. It’s best to stick with speakers that were made for the application you need.

Which is the best speaker for car?

  1. Best Performance: JL Audio C2-650X Evolution Series. You have likely heard of JL Audio if you have ever done any research on car audio.
  2. Best on a Budget: Pyle Speakers.
  3. Best Mid-Range: JBL GTO Series.
  4. BOSS Audio Chaos Exxtreme.
  5. Rockford Fosgate Prime.
  6. Polk Audio db651.
  7. Alpine SPS-610.
  8. Kenwood KFC-1695PS.

Does speaker size matter in a car?

Yes. There are size considerations you have to make when choosing tweeters, woofers and subs and comparing coaxial vs components speakers especially when building a custom audio system. The size of tweeters you choose must be compatible with your speakers in important matters such as power handling.

Do you need a subwoofer in the trunk of a car?

You really should have a subwoofer in the trunk for that end of the frequency spectrum, and let your other speakers and components handle the mid-bass on up. Bass Blockers installed in-line on your speaker wires do just what their name suggests: block the bass frequencies that your speakers can’t handle.

Are there any speakers in the rear of the car?

Most door speakers are designed to be in a large air space that isn’t air tight, so leaving them free-air in the rear deck more than likely isn’t going to be an issue. I am sound deadening and insulating the entire passenger compartment with RAAMmat.

What kind of speakers do you need for a car?

Speakers in a low-powered system don’t need to be able to handle lots of power and so can have a lower RMS rating, while a system with a powerful receiver requires speakers with power-handling that matches receiver output. Types of car speakers. After-market car speakers recreate your music’s vibrant highs and midranges.

Can you put 6×9 speakers in the trunk?

No sub, but I’m thinking about road noise from the uninsulated trunk whereas the entire passenger compartment will be deadened and insulated with RAAMmat. In short, you will more than likely hurt the performance of the 6×9’s by placing them in (presumably) small sealed enclosures.