First Car Audio Build... I need some speaker advice

Mr. Mavan01

CarAudio.com Newbie
Nov 4, 2019
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Hi,

I have a 2010 Toyota Camry. I'm looking to replace the front and rear speakers. Up front is a factory componet set of 6x9s. The rear has coaxials.
I have already decided to go with DD Audio speakers because it's a local brand that I support. I'm trying to figure out what the best option would be for the price...
FYI, I plan some running the speakers off of my Sony XAV-1000 so no amp.

1. screw the front components and do 2 sets of three way 6x9 coaxials. http://ddaudio.com/products/car-speakers/e-class-component-sets/ex6x9/ (cheapest option considering ease of install)

2. 6.5 components on the front and 3 way coaxials in rear (factory is 6x9 so idk if this is a good idea) (2nd cheapest option) http://ddaudio.com/products/car-speakers/e-class-component-sets/ec6-5/

3. 6x9 set of componets up front and 3 way coaxials in rear ( most expensive option but it retains factory size and placement of speakers) http://ddaudio.com/products/car-speakers/d-class-components/dc6x9a/

Thanks for the help!
-Mr. Mavan01
 

Jeffdachef

Gunz That Turn on Nunz
5,000+ posts
Feb 5, 2013
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If you are just running off the head unit with no amp, dont even bother swapping speakers. Without acoustical treatments, proper active crossovers, and a large reservoir of amplification, you wont really feel any kind of upgrade with the swap.
 

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