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« on: October 01, 2006, 07:49:06 pm »

Here's the reason why I recently listed a set of OEM seat speakers over in Parts...   Grin

JL Audio TR350-CX or TR350-CXi

These are a direct-fit, 3" speaker.  25W RMS, 4 ohms.  Frequency response 130Hz - 22KHz.

A nice step up from the OEM seat speakers.  Respectable low frequency response for their size, clean mid-range, crisp and accurate highs.   Afro

The only problem is now we have to replace the dash speakers because even with NOS units in there, the JL's out-shine them by a long shot.   Cool
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« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2007, 01:30:15 pm »


These are a direct-fit, 3" speaker.  25W RMS, 4 ohms.  Frequency response 130Hz - 22KHz.

Forgot to mention this a while back...   Using these speakers is going to put a 2 ohm load on each rear channel of your stereo, which is half of the load which most amplifiers expect.  Installing a 2 ohm resistor inline on each rear channel positive lead is probably a good idea.
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