Hey, I have a set of MB Quart 4" Premium components for my dash and a set of MB 6x9 discus coaxials in the rear of my 1988 GMC Jimmy s15. The 6x9s made me mad and i am gonna sell them and buy new. I want my speakers to be all one brand and was thinking about buying a set of MB reference 6x9 components. I want 6x9s because that is what came stock but i also need a way to get them to fit into the stock holes becaus my current 6x9s are to deep for the stock hole so I know if I upgrade to better speakers they will be deeper. Would I be better off to sell all of my MBs and buy Focal or buy the Reference components? I also could use some suggestions on how to get my 6x9s to fit into the stock holes. thanks for the help.
I was thinkin after I posted that that I could get some adaptor plates even if they didn't fit in the stock locations I couls crew the adaptor plate onto the boxes for my 6x9s now and put a set of MB Premium 6.5" components. I don't have an amp running to them. I don't want to get a small sub because I want midrange speakers not just Highs and lows. I get enough bass from my RE X.X.X. What could I do to get the speakers to fit where my stock 6x9s went? The hole isn't deep enough for them to fit.
why do you want highs in the rear? read this. it's written by glasswolf, he's pretty much a legend around here. him, jonathan, and a couple others on here are on a level of knowledge and experience far beyond the rest of us.
I already have a X.X.X. I want to upgrade to a MT or maybe something else, I'm not too sure what yet when I get the money and I wnat to upgrade my speakers so I didn't buy a new sub and it drown out my highs. I want to only hear highs out of my speakers, very little bass since I will have a sub to give me all the lows I need. What would be better for really clear highs a 6.5" or 5.25" component system?