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I have already replaced the front chanel speaker with the polk and I love it,,i was wondering if it would make a difference replacing the pillars speakers,,or if the stock system has enough power,,any info would be great thanks,,,jay

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Re: rear pillar speakers

Greetings,

IMHO, I think it not worth it. The factory DSP is not set up to take anything but the original speakers. You really need to play with the crossover and time delay settings to achieve the proper effect. Moreover, you do need a boost of power when you go for better speakers.

If you do decide you want to change it, your best bet is look for something that is wide band full range. This is a single speaker. The worst part is not to get something with a lot of bien end on it. You will have the effect known as "Ear Bleed". Unless of course you want a club system and that is a total different setup.

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Re: rear pillar speakers

thanks for the info,,i really appreciate it,i just wanted to hear more sound from the rear pillars speakers,i really don't hear them much at all,,,is there a speaker that you know of that will give me more sound without a amp or do I just need to deal with it,,i hate ear bleed lol,,i love a clear crisp sound,,not all tinney
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Re: rear pillar speakers

Greetings,

A good choice if you do not want to spend a ton of money is the Audiofrog 2.5 mids for the D-Pillar (rear). They are full range wide band driver from 150-16khz (cycles). They will fit without that much fuss.

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