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[Best Buy] MTX Thunder61 6.5 inch speaker pair for $49.99!

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Mar 23, 2004
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Unresphek wrote: I thought bestbuy stopped carrying car audio, no?
Think it is (was) online only. Good deal but RFD effect = sold out in no time, lol.
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Jan 3, 2008
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There’s a lot of great info on the interwebs as you learn about car audio. Start with Crutchfield’s site. The have a lot of good links on how it all works. On their site you can input your car info and they’ll tell you what type of products and sizes they recommended for it. To answer your question simply, yes the 5.25s will likely fit your vehicle. You will almost certainly need the adapter plates. And no you do not need the amplifier. If you’re simply looking to replace some tired or blown factory speakers these MTX speakers are ideal.
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brendon wrote: There’s a lot of great info on the interwebs as you learn about car audio. Start with Crutchfield’s site. The have a lot of good links on how it all works. On their site you can input your car info and they’ll tell you what type of products and sizes they recommended for it. To answer your question simply, yes the 5.25s will likely fit your vehicle. You will almost certainly need the adapter plates. And no you do not need the amplifier. If you’re simply looking to replace some tired or blown factory speakers these MTX speakers are ideal.
Thanks, any idea where I could find the adapter for the 5.25? I’m only seeing the ones for the 6.5..
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Anyone have any idea if the 5.25 will be an upgrade over the basics speakers in a ram 2017? The audio is decent but I wonder if it worth the 60-70$ upgrading from stock
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koontzy wrote: Anyone have any idea if the 5.25 will be an upgrade over the basics speakers in a ram 2017? The audio is decent but I wonder if it worth the 60-70$ upgrading from stock
Most likely, yes. Unless the vehicle was equipped with premium audio / technology package, basic speakers are usually so-so to crappy. An amplifier might be a good idea too.
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