Use this Pioneer two-way speaker to play your favorite music while you drive. Its 1 3/16-inch tweeter produces vibrant high frequencies, and its OFC shorting ring minimizes distortion when you turn up the volume. This 200W Pioneer two-way speaker has a powerful woofer with a composite cone for natural, realistic audio and wide range.
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Used them to replace some Kicker speakers i had on the dash panel of my old 1992 Toyota Previa, the Kicker ones had desintegrated the speaker’s surrounds, these new ones sound 10 times better and so far the sun hasn’t affected their quality even though the Van is only used occasionally for car meets or shows. I am going to buy another set to replace the ones on the rear side panels.
Absolutely awesome quality. the speakers sound amazing I’m using it with an alpine amp and a pioneer unit with apple car play . it is set up for mids and highs. and I have a sub box with 2 8” solobaric subs hooked to another alpine mono amp . Its like having a orchestra playing live in my truck !!! Absolutely Recommended!!!
I replaced stock speakers in my truck with all these cheap g series speakers, then installed two 12 inch subwoofers. I punish these guys daily, full tilt. For a $30 speaker, they do not disappoint. They're running off of head unit now. I've got an 80x4 amp for them I upgrade to components. When I install that, I might see if I can blow these guys up, I'm not so sure... these things dropped right in stock holes (01 silverado). I would definitely recommend to anyone on a budget, or just looking to replace factory speakers.
Really good sound if you are not putting out high wattage! Low price point had me concerned, but after the install I was very impressed! Sounds better than many much more expensive speakers this size, very happy with my purchase!
My wife’s Tahoe had blown front door speakers and I used these to replace the factory speakers. You have to modify the factory bracket to mount the new ones but it isn’t much trouble. You can look up directions on YouTube.