good car speaker brands

good car speaker brands

Good Car Speaker Brands

4. Rockford Fosgate Punch P Series The Punch P series is yet another product that comes from a highly recommended brand. These speakers are our top pick as they have a lot of configurations. Rockford Fosgate is also one of our trusted brands for we know from first hand how good is their customer service. Additionally, this particular model is available in 11 different sizes, so be sure you have measured properly or you have checked a guide to ensure you’re buying the right fit for your vehicle. Sizes include 3.5, 4, 5.25, 6, 6.5, 6.75, 4 x 6, 5 x 7, 6 x 8, 6 x 9 and 6 x 9 four-way in terms of inches.The 5 x 7 full-range speaker comes with a maximum power handling of 120 watts, which is plenty to make sure that you are able to get the sound you desire. Additionally, it comes with some other great features such as the FlexFit basket design, dome tweeters, injection molded cone, and a one-year standard warranty.EDITOR’S RATING: Read Customer Reviews The FlexFit basket on this speaker means that you’re going to have no problem slightly adjusting the speaker after it has been mounted so that you can get a perfect fit on this speaker when you install it. In terms of the specs, there is a 75Hz to 22kHz frequency response with a 89 dB sensitivity.Same as the R series from Rockford Fosgate, these are an absolute superseller article with more than a thousand reviews. You can hear a sample audio from this speakers on this video. It sadly is slightly distorted because they really are loud
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Good Car Speaker Brands

The Punch P series is yet another product that comes from a highly recommended brand. These speakers are our top pick as they have a lot of configurations. Rockford Fosgate is also one of our trusted brands for we know from first hand how good is their customer service. Additionally, this particular model is available in 11 different sizes, so be sure you have measured properly or you have checked a guide to ensure you’re buying the right fit for your vehicle. Sizes include 3.5, 4, 5.25, 6, 6.5, 6.75, 4 x 6, 5 x 7, 6 x 8, 6 x 9 and 6 x 9 four-way in terms of inches.The 5 x 7 full-range speaker comes with a maximum power handling of 120 watts, which is plenty to make sure that you are able to get the sound you desire. Additionally, it comes with some other great features such as the FlexFit basket design, dome tweeters, injection molded cone, and a one-year standard warranty.EDITOR’S RATING: Read Customer Reviews The FlexFit basket on this speaker means that you’re going to have no problem slightly adjusting the speaker after it has been mounted so that you can get a perfect fit on this speaker when you install it. In terms of the specs, there is a 75Hz to 22kHz frequency response with a 89 dB sensitivity.Same as the R series from Rockford Fosgate, these are an absolute superseller article with more than a thousand reviews. You can hear a sample audio from this speakers on this video. It sadly is slightly distorted because they really are loud
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Good Car Speaker Brands

These particular speakers max peak power at 300 Watts, which is pretty high for a car door speaker. It’s a true 4 Ohm speaker which ensures you are getting maximum power from your car audio system. Lastly, they are very easy and simple to replace your old stock car speaker with these new ones.
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Good Car Speaker Brands

What do we mean when we say a product fits your vehicle? Just about every car on the road these days features a factory stereo. To help you find compatible aftermarket replacements, we’ve disassembled the dashes and door panels of tens of thousands of vehicles, measured the spaces where these factory stereos and speakers fit, and loaded our findings into our massive fit database. Our system then compares these measurements to the dimensions of a given receiver or speaker to determine of the product will fit in the factory location. Check out Essential stereo and speaker information for your car above to get an idea of the kinds of vehicle information our research team gathers. Look for these symbols when you’re shopping A green check means that a product fits your car’s factory openings without requiring any modification to your car. A yellow warning triangle indicates that a product will fit if you make a minor modification, such as trimming plastic in the dash or drilling new holes for speakers in your door panels. A red caution sign means that a product is larger than one or more dimensions of a factory mounting location (for speakers, key dimensions include more than just cone size) and will not fit.
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Good Car Speaker Brands

Just about every car on the road these days features a factory stereo. To help you find compatible aftermarket replacements, we’ve disassembled the dashes and door panels of tens of thousands of vehicles, measured the spaces where these factory stereos and speakers fit, and loaded our findings into our massive fit database. Our system then compares these measurements to the dimensions of a given receiver or speaker to determine of the product will fit in the factory location. Check out Essential stereo and speaker information for your car above to get an idea of the kinds of vehicle information our research team gathers. Look for these symbols when you’re shopping A green check means that a product fits your car’s factory openings without requiring any modification to your car. A yellow warning triangle indicates that a product will fit if you make a minor modification, such as trimming plastic in the dash or drilling new holes for speakers in your door panels. A red caution sign means that a product is larger than one or more dimensions of a factory mounting location (for speakers, key dimensions include more than just cone size) and will not fit.
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Good Car Speaker Brands

Let me start by saying that I work in sound as a record/mix guy. I work with high end audio daily. Over the years I have become so finicky about what I listen to that I actually have pro level studio monitors driven with studio amplification in my living room. Truth I just can't stand to listen to anything on what most people do. I guess it kinda makes me an audio snob. It is not personal!    I came on here to get some opinions on what to put in my Soob (legacy Outback actually). It has to be good or I just won't turn it on! I can't, it drives me insane. To start with I want to respond to the folks who think that car audio can't be good. It is kinda like saying that rock concerts can't sound good. Actually folks you need to know you are absolutely out to lunch (on both accounts)! In fact car systems can sound absolutely breath taking but that only comes by way of knowledge and effort. Audio technology in the last 20 years has grown leaps and bounds. We have a saying. “No it isn't Rocket Science, It's Audio Science” which is equally as intricate. We have technology and applications thereof. Do you realize that some car stereos are coming with fully parametric eq's now? Time correction to compensate for differentials in distance. Active cross over networks! Are you kidding me, it's just a car! Rockford Fosgate bought up one of the top amplifier manufacturers in the biz in order to ad their amplifier technologies to the Rockford car amp aresenal. I am certain that the RF amps are now very detailed sounding in fact probably pretty clinical as Hafler amps had slew rates of up to 150 v/micro second. No, Bryston's only run around 50 and there are only a few manufacturers that have been able to pull of 75. Hafler was very unique in that regard. Their amps literally made us as operators hear every single error we made plain as day. By the way Hafler monitors were also some of the most sought after in the biz so I am certain RF speakers came a long way too. It is a serious biz with much scientific effort behind it. Harman International (Harmon Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Mark Levinson etc) have been putting a huge portion of their absolutely massive (biggest in the sound business) research and development efforts directly into car audio. Both Infinity and JBL make some very interesting products considering their target markets. Look online, they have both really turned heads in that regard. I would doubt they are on the level of what the discussion has been here but they are both impressive non the less I assure you.     Back to my Subaru. I need to get out of the factory ***** that is currently in it. I haven't had the chance to audition JL Audio C2,C3, C5 -650's or the Focal Access, Performance series (165's) speakers to hedge them against the highest end Infinity (which they should smoke). Some folks are going on about Alpine but I am largely unimpressed. We don't need to go on from there. I don't really want to spend over a grand on speakers for the car but I think I should have reasonable enough budget with that to get something that should approach my Tannoy (dual concentrics) in accuracy and intelligibility. Thoughts on JL Audio, Focal, Polk Audio? Macpin likes this.

Good Car Speaker Brands

Good Car Speaker Brands

Published on Mar 15, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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