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i just replaced the speakers in both the front and rear doors with the exact same speakers, is there a reason why the rears dont seem to get the same power output? they seem much weaker even when faded to the rear. i also have removed the 2 front tweeters, 2 rear tweeters and sub (what a joke)
 
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The wattage of the back speakers are lower than the front's. I believe the fronts are 30 watt and the backs are 20. I could be/probably am wrong though.


But since there's only one seat you're sitting in, the important thing is that the front left speaker works, right? :cool:
 
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thanks, it actually helps with the kids not wanting the music to loud, i just knew there was a noticeable difference
 
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thanks, it actually helps with the kids not wanting the music to loud...

Wait, the kids "Not" wanting the music too loud? I'm gonna guess, (and my little guy is only 4 months), that it's because they are either listening to their Ipods or watching thier DVD's. Am I right!?

The first test drive without the PO, I cranked mine up and wow, what crappy, or maybe just blown, speakers! I'm planning on doing mine too, but it's low on my priority list!

Jeff
 
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pull the covers mine were not even in the baskets anymore, yeh and the kids are 6 and 3 so they dont yet care about it being loud
 

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