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This is a discussion on which speakers to buy? within the Stereo and Electronics forums, part of the General Help category; ok, i gotta blown sail panel speaker and i want to replace them. everthing about the sound system is stock ...

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    which speakers to buy?

    ok, i gotta blown sail panel speaker and i want to replace them. everthing about the sound system is stock (monsoon system), i just need some recomendations on what i should replace the blown speaker with. i got a little confused when i saw the speakers had 4 wires and all aftermarket speakers that i have seen have 2 wires like the pioneer 4 ways i have from a while ago.

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    I'd say go with something from Zapco. My 5.25s sound great.

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    do u kno anything about how to hook up the wires between the monsoons 4 wires and aftermarkets 2 wires?

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    The four wires indicate that the speaker has a dual voice coil. Elemental Designs carries the most commonly used replacement subs...Models EU-700 and now 7Kv.2, however they are backordered until late May. I'm currently looking to find a suitable alternative.
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    i am also looking for something different than the ED's?

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    KICKER CompVT CVT65 6.5" SHALLOW 4 ohm 400 W SUBS

    I was thinking about these I have not done it yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by TA421 View Post
    KICKER CompVT CVT65 6.5" SHALLOW 4 ohm 400 W SUBS

    I was thinking about these I have not done it yet
    where can i check these out? any stores or is it online?

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    It is actually pretty easy to put regular aftermarket speakers in, i just put in 2 alpine speakers in the other day, i just put the 2 matching stock wires together, then matched those to the wires on the aftermarket speaker and put a wire nut on them...but wiring them that way caused them to have less power than they should have

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