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    Recommendation for 4x6 speakers

    All,

    I have a 1999 S10 and I've recently put in a JVC KD-X200 Digital Media Receiver and Kicker 40CS654 6.5" Coaxial Speakers. Now I want to upgrade the 4x6 dash speakers in the truck. However, crutchfield tells me all the speakers they sell are too deep for my car. I'm not sure how to find the depth

    Does anyone have any recommendations?







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    Re: Recommendation for 4x6 speakers

    your much better off doing a 3 way set up ex. 6.5in 4in twt




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    Re: Recommendation for 4x6 speakers

    I'm not quite sure what the "ex. 6.5in 4in twt" means, or why I would be better off.




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    Re: Recommendation for 4x6 speakers

    6.5 speaker, 4in speaker and tweeter in each door is what he is saying



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    Re: Recommendation for 4x6 speakers

    Clarion SRG4633C should fit with no modifications if you just want a drop-in replacement. It won't give you the greatest sound but it will be better than stock.




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    Re: Recommendation for 4x6 speakers

    ^Thank you.

    I've already upgraded the door speakers. I need to do the dash speakers now.




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