Thanks for the information. I just received my set of upgrade speakers to replace the stock ones. However, I am unable to locate any information or basic instructions on how to replace the speakers. I have replacements for the 6x9s in the doors and the 3.5" front speakers.
Can you give me some pointers on any special audio tools for removing panels? Some basic guidance would be awesome! I'm afraid to just start pulling things apart for fear of breaking clips or ripping something apart that isn't meant to be.
I suspect that the 6x9s aren't too complicated, but I just don't know. Can't find any specs or diagrams or docs on any of this.
Thanks so much for starting this thread EVRAFTER!!
You bet. I knew a lot of peeps were wondering what was behind the doors. I actually took my Renny into an audio shop, and had them do it all for me. I knew that would mean more in cost, and charge for labor; but, alas, I am a girl and...don't install audio :|
But someone posted the specs and diagram of the speakers a few weeks ago. I'm trying to remember in what thread. I guess the only thing to do, is do a search. Rebel helped ME out tremendously with trying to figure out what to upgrade and whatnot.
And Beerwolf, they put in JL's 6.5" two way component, then Phoenix Gold 6x9" (120) watts, and at first...they put in 10" JL woofer, but the box was HUGE, and took up WAY too much of the back. So, without even listening, I went back in and said, "What else ya got...SMALLER." Ended up putting in just a 6" but it was more expensive because the 10" was an entry level and the smaller one was a step up in quality. But, they didn't charge me the extra. Then they mounted a 2 channel 360 watt amp to the back of the box so that it didn't take up any extra room. I HOPE I chose ok? It does sound better, but worried going with the smaller woofer took away a LOT of more "notes." I wasn't looking to shake my Renny. Just wanted a good, rounded off sound. Know what I mean? In the end, I chose going for the smaller to take up less space, over choosing the bigger woofer. Hope that was the right choice.