You guys are still missing the mark. A lot of vehicles have factory audio components(speakers and amp) that are tuned specifically for the vehicle to get that full sound. If you replace the speakers but not the amp you can lose bass. Aftermarket speakers aren't optimized for your vehicle and they definitely don't match your factory EQ curve. There is a lot that goes into making a good speaker sound great in a car. Car makers have their own design process, but the aftermarket can do it better. Can you do it better?
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