car repairs


Question by  Alex69 (32)

What are the best automobile speakers for the back window of a car?

I would like to install mew speakers for my car radio and need suggestions.


Answer by  NateB (571)

Stick with brands like Pioneer, Sony, Panasonic, Infinity, Kenwood, and so forth. Since they're going in the rear buy 3-way speakers. They provide highs, mids, and bass.


Answer by  Shawn22 (138)

In my opinion the best speakers that you can buy for your car are very expensive but there are quite a a few brand for your choice of speakers. I for one enjoy the speakers of BOSE and JBL, my own car has JBL and the sound quality is amazing. Bose is really good, but the most expensive.


Answer by  audioguy (6)

Match the "ohm" level of your head unit to a set of speakers that match the speaker holes on your back dash. ie 16x9 5x8


Answer by  icanoutfishyou (1148)

The best is a matter of opinion. It depends on how much you would like to spend and what kind of music you wish to listen to. I can recommend Infinity's reference series for as a good lower end speaker, but higher end entries like polk and rockford fosgate will be your best bet; make sure to get an amplifier.


Answer by  James916 (539)

The best speakers are Rockford Fosgate. However if you are on a tight budget, you can use Infinity Reference Series speakers. They are a good bang for your buck.


Answer by  kennethjgoodson (4903)

You can get really good Pioneer speakers for the back seat of your car at autozone or best buy. They will have a great sound but will not hit hard like a complete system in the car.


Answer by  mannersandsuch (1796)

There is a speaker by the company named focal that is in the line called Access that is wonderful quality coax speaker. I really like the quality and richness of sound. Make sure that what ever speakers you instal your battery and switch board can handle it.


Answer by  SpoonNZ (56)

Any reputable brand such as Sony or Pioneer will be suitable. Most cars take 6x9 speakers in the rear window, although this varies.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

It depends on what kind of car it is and whether it has the stock head-unit installed. Stock head-units may require some new wiring to get the the new speakers to work. Consult a professional audio installer or website to see what will fit with out modifications.


Answer by  bb (674)

the high output speakers are not nessesary. you can get a good sound from a 6x9 or just a 5 inch speaker.

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