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I have a 2011 Accent hatchback with the stock XM radio cd player deal. The left front speaker rattles when it's playing bass so I was thinking of replacing the two front speakers from amazon with some that Crutchfield says will fit. So I assume these will fit but what is the actual power output of the stereo? Will the cheap speakers sound better anyway or should I get the more expensive ones? The rear speakers seem to be much quieter than the front ones so I'm not sure if it's even worth messing with them.

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The real question here I guess is does anyone know what the power output is of the stock stereo?

I put in a pair of 80W JBLs in the front. I have a hatch and on mine the rears require disassembling the entire rear of the car! :eek: The tweeters in the door appear as a capacitor in the circuit and the impedance is negligible. Any choice you make (4 ohm) is fine, just pick something that suits your ear. Hard to do with everything online now...:mad:
 

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I know in the 2009 the stock radio is 50w x 4 and I had put in the expensive kickers you talked about and they worked perfect. Also put 6x9" in the back should not be a problem
 
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