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Old 02 Jan 2013, 08:31 pm
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Hey guys I'm planning on buying my girlfriend a new audio system for her car since her recent audio system is old and sometimes not working. I don't want the best, but I want something good. My questions are now what do I buy? I read up that I need two 5.25 front speaker and two 6" x 9" back speakers? Is that correct? Do I really need and subwoofa? And what else do I need? She said her right front speaker isn't working anymore. Do I need to replace the whole system or just the front?































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Old 02 Jan 2013, 08:46 pm
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Yes, that sounds about right for the number of speakers for the entire setup, BUT, make sure you dont have any more tiny tweeters in the paneling anywhere. Another thing, you dont need a subwoofer, but if the car is equipped with it, I suggest you replace it. Second, if it has a subwoofer it will have an amplifier, if it doesnt have a subwoofer than you might need an amplifier to power your new speakers. This isn't necessary only if the speakers you buy can be fully powered properly by the radio. If it cant then you will need to buy an amplifier to power your aftermarket speakers.































































IF the speaker isnt working, it probably just went out and you can go about just replacing the speaker along with all the other ones. Its up to you though if you want to change everything because it seems you just need on speaker.































There are also different types of speakers that you should look up and research, such as 2 ways, three ways, and four way speakers that have different applications with them.















































Like i said before also, you don't need a subwoofer and to be honest if you dont need it then dont get it because its honestly more work to power it via amplifier.
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Old 02 Jan 2013, 09:01 pm
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the accord is a small car, you dont need a huge amp. just install the 4 speakers.































if you want, get a 2 channel amp matched to the 2 rear 6x9's in rms wattage. for example 6x9's rated 8 ohm, 100 w rms, then get a 2 channel 100 w per channel at 8 ohms amp































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