Sorry, I disagree. All OE car speakers fit into the "cheap 'n' nasty" category. You can imorove sound quality significantly by fitting good aftermarket replacements.Originally posted by kommando:
[qb]You will find they are good quality and you will be paying a lot to get better, upgrade the headunit first is a good start. [/qb][/b]
Hi Martin,Originally posted by Woofage (SuSE Linux):
[qb] I spent 9-years of my life designing speakers to make and sell so I know how much it costs to make both a cheap one and an expensive one. [/qb][/b]
I know that ATI make drivers that look like (mirror) Dynaudio's design too, as used in some Totem Loudspeakers (where other Totem models use Dynaudios')Originally posted by Woofage (SuSE Linux):
No, I've not had anything to do with Morel. They made (make?) some good drivers but I think the one you're talking about is a rip-off of a Dynaudio design.
Well, they're not exactly easy to find... most manufacturers seem to start at 5". Infinity used to make reasonably priced 4" components, but don't any more.Originally posted by Leo_9000CSE:
[qb]Is there a really good 100mm component speaker available for the front? [/qb][/b]