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He might want to bump that budget a bit... nothing left for door treatment = anything you install isn't likely going to sound very good.
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Although I must say, his midbass was quite nice even with stock speakers. may not be gaping holes to worry about anyway. If I did anything it would have to be temporary.
MAYBE a 10 sq ft pack of AT, white so if any residue is left it won't look like someone **** on the door. Need to find that oven video.
Looks like about $240-$340 for speakers right now(all 4)
need something with a <5" cutout diameter for front, and <6" cutout diameter for rear. Might be able to make an adapter plate and put 6"x9" in rear.
And remember low budget. Even the $340 for speakers is pushing it. No deadener unless can be removed with no residue(proven), and isn't 5$ a sq ft. Budget budget budget.
JBL has 2 options for a 5x7. A 2 ohm co-axial with passive crossover is the POWER Series P8662 with 75 RMS or 225 peak including pivoting tweeter, or the GTO-8628 with 60RMS and 180peak.(GTO-6829 is the newer more $ addition).
Infinity Kappa 6829 300w peak is one more choice you have, but I chose the P8662, the best bang for my buck @ $150./pair!