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I had some new rear speakers fitted earlier in the year when I had my new head unit fitted. I'll see if I've still got the box for them somewhere... hopefully I didn't chuck them out. The guy that did it for me said that the rears were already going through an amplifier, so I'm assuming that's a stock thing from Nissan, because they're definitely miles louder than the fronts and I have to fade everything forward to get a good balance.

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I had some new rear speakers fitted earlier in the year when I had my new head unit fitted. I'll see if I've still got the box for them somewhere... hopefully I didn't chuck them out. The guy that did it for me said that the rears were already going through an amplifier, so I'm assuming that's a stock thing from Nissan, because they're definitely miles louder than the fronts and I have to fade everything forward to get a good balance.

Great Cheers

 

Chaz

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FYI -- For the rears, folks often replace the stock box (top panel) with a piece of wood (MDF-fiber composite or similiar) that's been cut out to fit the new speaker size. It's a way to retain the stock box while allowing a larger speaker size fitment....

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I have a pair of 6X4 speakers from my car . They are 100watt x max 240watt.

 

Can't remember the make at mo, but they cost over £160 ans weigh a ton. They fit direct into existing brackets and are very good quality. + They're for sale if your interested.

They'd have to be really cheap !!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Chaz

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I had some new rear speakers fitted earlier in the year when I had my new head unit fitted. I'll see if I've still got the box for them somewhere... hopefully I didn't chuck them out. The guy that did it for me said that the rears were already going through an amplifier, so I'm assuming that's a stock thing from Nissan, because they're definitely miles louder than the fronts and I have to fade everything forward to get a good balance.

 

OK, sorry it took so long, but I found the box. My rears are Alpine SXE-4625S 4x6" and 150W peak (20W RMS).

 

The smart ones among you may realise why I'm an idiot for going looking for the box :rolleyes:

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OK, sorry it took so long, but I found the box. My rears are Alpine SXE-4625S 4x6" and 150W peak (20W RMS).

 

The smart ones among you may realise why I'm an idiot for going looking for the box :rolleyes:

 

Cheers mate,funnily enough I had these speakers on my

short list!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

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The best way to go IMHO is to get rid of the rears and just invest in aquality set of fronts

Totally agree. Why muddy the aural waters when you can get a pair of quality components for the front offset by a decent sub or subs in the boot (or wherever)? Just my opinion though.

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