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Old 08-27-2019, 09:57 AM #16
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Old 08-27-2019, 01:59 PM #17
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I'm replacing all the speakers.

Dash: Infinity REF-3022CFX 3.5"
Front Door: Infinity REF-9620CX 6X9" with 1" component tweeter
Rear Door: Infinity 50.11CS 5.25" with 1" component tweeter
Rear Hatch: Hertz HCX165 6.5" coaxial
Sub: Kenwood KSC-SW11 under passenger seat

These will be powered off two Kicker KEY 180.4 amps on a Tacotunes plate under the driver seat.

It's front and rear door placement of the tweeters that's freaking me out!

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TBH, I don't think you really need the second pair of tweeters at the front as the image from aftermarket tweets in the dash already sounds good especially when tuned properly and the fact that you're putting 3.5" tweets there. But if you must, you can place the other pair on the sail panel. As for the rear doors, you'd have to cut a hole on the door panels, probably close to the handle.
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Old 08-27-2019, 03:10 PM #18
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TBH, I don't think you really need the second pair of tweeters at the front as the image from aftermarket tweets in the dash already sounds good especially when tuned properly and the fact that you're putting 3.5" tweets there. But if you must, you can place the other pair on the sail panel. As for the rear doors, you'd have to cut a hole on the door panels, probably close to the handle.
Yeah, I debated the extra tweeter up front, but I do appreciate being able to hear every tippy-tap of a drum stick on the high hat, so I kept at it.

The sail panel on the 5th gen is no good for tweeter placement. That was the natural go-to spot, but they changed the dash and door interface, and the sail panel is basically right up against the side of the dash board when closed. I've found a spot about 4" above and directly inline with the 6X9 speaker cut-out where the front tweeter will fit.

The rear door has a spot about 2" above and slightly behind the speaker cut-out where it will fit, depth-wise, but it's basically pointed at the passengers' leg. I will rarely, if ever, have passengers, so it works for me.

If I had to do it all over again, I would just put coaxials in and skip the drilling holes part. Major props to the Japanese engineers; they filled every friggin' useful millimeter behind those panels with something!

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Didn't realize the placement of the sail panel and its small size until now. No way to fit any tweeters there.

You are one brave soul to be drilling your door panels... Pillar-pods and plastic trims wouldn't hesitate, but damn. Good stuff!
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Focal Speakers

I went a similar route as Louisiana Overlander. Focal IS 690 Toy front, Focal IC 650 Toy passenger doors. I saved some and went with a Hertz coax in the rear hatch. Also put dynamat in the doors. This made a big difference but I knew it needed an amp.

Added JL audio XD700/5, audio control LC 7i, and JL audio 10" ported micro sub. It took some tweaking but I am happy. Getting the gains and the crossovers right on the amp has a big impact on the sound. It's crystal clear and will thump well beyond what I need. Many could probably go without the sub and use the XD500/4 which is a good bit cheaper but I hated to go down that road and then think I needed a sub and an additional amp. The xd700/5 fits under the driver or passenger seat easily and drives everything. You would never know its even there without looking under the seat. IMO it's a technological marvel.
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