Dash speaker replacements

Hey guys, haven't been on the forum for a couple yrs and am looking to replace the stock dash speakers with good after market ones that drop in and don't have to be mounted from underneath if possible. No concert sound just dash speakers. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated....thanks in advance.

Dave
 

Toady

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Flat Boosted, a couple of years back I picked up these Polks on ebay.
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-lGb1GnP16yX/p_107EX351A/Polk-EX-Series-II-3-1-2-Speakers.html
Only a dual-cone design, but that's why they dropped in with no hassle whatsoever. I also have a Sony head unit with 7-band EQ and crossovers, so their shortcomings - which are few, IMO…what can you really expect from a 3.5" speaker? - can be dialed out.

It looks like they're no longer in production, but if your goal is easy installation over ultimate sound quality, a dual-cone might be the way to go. They're out there.
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_463_Kenwood-KFC-835C.html

Hope this helps.
 
Flat Boosted, a couple of years back I picked up these Polks on ebay.
http://www.crutchfield.com/S-lGb1GnP16yX/p_107EX351A/Polk-EX-Series-II-3-1-2-Speakers.html
Only a dual-cone design, but that's why they dropped in with no hassle whatsoever. I also have a Sony head unit with 7-band EQ and crossovers, so their shortcomings - which are few, IMO…what can you really expect from a 3.5" speaker? - can be dialed out.

It looks like they're no longer in production, but if your goal is easy installation over ultimate sound quality, a dual-cone might be the way to go. They're out there.
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_463_Kenwood-KFC-835C.html

Hope this helps.


Thanks Toady, great suggestion. I am going to purchase a pair. Greatly appreciated
 
Curious which speakers you ordered?

You do or not have concert sound?

I am in the process of choosing my stereo components to replace the factory system.
 
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