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    4th Gen Door Speakers

    Any suggestions for good door speakers for a Z-28?

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    take a look at component sets...ebay seems to have the best deals on these...a quick search found these mb quart components at a nice price and free shipping....no sure what grade these are, but even their bottom end speakers are decent for all around daily use...

    MB QUART FSB-216 6.5" 150W 2 Way Car Component Speakers | eBay

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    Do you have the monsoon system in your car? If so I had to re wire the new speakers since the factory radio has two sets of wires for the factory speaker one for the mid and one for the tweeter.

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    A company called keeaudio.com has a great speaker setup just for the 4th gens. I bought their Bazooka subs that replace the factory monsoon subs and could not be happier. Great customer service as well. Give them a look.

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    Thanks Scott....I just added them to my bookmarks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88gtman View Post
    A company called keeaudio.com has a great speaker setup just for the 4th gens. I bought their Bazooka subs that replace the factory monsoon subs and could not be happier. Great customer service as well. Give them a look.
    How do there speakers work in a monsoon car? they say they are 4ohm speakers and I thought the monsoons were 2 ohm?

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    Ohms make little difference if they are sensitive enough to pick it up. Best way to explain it is
    Ohms: resistance to power
    Sensitivity: How efficiently the speaker makes use of the power it is given
    In other words, if a speaker is efficient enough it will play louder and cleaner with less power.
    I have only heard good things from people who have bought their complete set ups.
    I personally am currently running Diamond Audio D3 components in the front doors, Diamond D3 4" components in the hatch, and the Bazooka replacement subs keeaudio.com sells. All are running off of the stock monsoon amp and a Kenwood Excelon head unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 88gtman View Post
    Ohms make little difference if they are sensitive enough to pick it up. Best way to explain it is
    Ohms: resistance to power
    Sensitivity: How efficiently the speaker makes use of the power it is given
    In other words, if a speaker is efficient enough it will play louder and cleaner with less power.
    I have only heard good things from people who have bought their complete set ups.
    I personally am currently running Diamond Audio D3 components in the front doors, Diamond D3 4" components in the hatch, and the Bazooka replacement subs keeaudio.com sells. All are running off of the stock monsoon amp and a Kenwood Excelon head unit.
    ok thanks, I don't know much about speakers but I knew ohms from an electrical standpoint so it was throwing me off when they were different.

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