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    Considering replacing front speakers

    Currently I have a set of SPX-137R. I haven't been really pleased with the midbass that I get out of them. I know they are only 5.25" but that's about all I can fit in my Grand Am without modifications. I could possibly fit a 6.5 but not sure about depth and all. I haven't had the chance to deaden my doors. Anyways, I was wondering if the Dayton reference series would be an upgrade for the midbass or a downgrade? I like the tweeter from the alpines just not the midbass. I was looking at either the 5" or the 6"(if i could fit it). I don't want to modify anything. Anyone have any suggestions? Any other DIY speakers that would be an upgrade but not break my piggy bank? Thanks.



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    Re: Considering replacing front speakers

    Umm try deadening your doors first. It makes a world of a difference. I'v got alpine type r's. threy are not all that greate comps to begin with, but after i deadnd my doors they didnt sound bad at all.



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