I'm sure you're doing fine. Also, happy early birthday! My sister's birthday is also on the 9th and mine is on the 18th.Scotty, I understand that. I'll be 65 on Sunday. Don't know how much time I have left! :wink2: I don't assume I'll be here tomorrow. I've even quit buying green bananas and firm avocados.
Good source and reference is Crutchfield online. They can show you all their speakers that will fit, plus a lot of installation tips. I used them for my speakers and they include the speaker adapters so it's basically plug & play for the speaker connectors. Bit more work of course for the actual install, esp if the front speakers are riveted like they were in mine.Looking to upgrade the speakers immediately. Anyone know the sizes in the front and back ?? and sets of speakers that works great and doesn't cause issues with the amp. money isnt an issue! thanks for the help
lol, you're welcome but keep in mind like most things automotive, speakers and audio systems are truly subjective. The hard facts and data is pretty much objective, but how it all sounds is really just each person's view/opinion - you need to check out and listen first to determine what works for you.Will search up when I get home , was looking for the quick answer by someone giving me speakers that have worked for em ! But thanks for the help I'll be more aware of the search engine and it's uses
If one were to compare to the stock speakers, I'd say it's brighter. Compared, the stockers would appear muddy and muffled, and not bright but biting. Upgrading to the Infinitys did require me to alter the tone settings.Absolutely - Infinity speakers are generally well regarded, but I've heard them either described as "bright" or "shrill/harsh", depends on perspective and user opinion.