i have a 1993 geo prizm, and i really want 6x9's in the back, to replace my 6.5" speakers.any possibilities of a 6x9 speaker "holder" type thing to drop in there? i know i would have to cut some metal away, but i was just wondering if there were some "holders" for 6x9's.
Can someone tell me the easiest way to set up a amp and pre made box in my car?
You should be able to fabricate a panel to cover the extra space left by the 6.5" by using a piece of masonite and covering it with fabric of your choice, and bolting the whole thing into place. Any stereo shop will be able to do this for you at a nominal cost if you buy your speakers there. You might even be able to talk them into doing it for free, if you act like it's a deal breaker.
I doubt there is a prefabricated inlay but you can always go to your local hardware store and buy some MDF and trace the outline of the speaker on it and cut it out. Then you would need to cut enough metal off so the cone could go into the hole, but leave enough to bolt the MDF plate on also.
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Honestly, I would stick with 6.5 and just get nicer speakers. Bigger doesn't necessarily mean better. Just look at 6.5 components compared to the best 6x9's you can find. There's a huge price difference alone, not to mention sound quality. Stick with 6.5 and get a good pair, you won't regret it. Plus, it's too much work cutting out sheet metal and getting all that stuff made for a pair of 6x9's.
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