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Old 10-29-2012, 11:43 AM   #1
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NEW Component Speaker Dash Package - NalinMFG

Package includes NalinMFG 5.25" TJ Speaker Adapters, NalinMFG Tweeter Mounts, and new in box Polk Audio DB5251 components.

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Old 10-29-2012, 05:41 PM   #2
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I'm sure this is mentioned in some other thread but will these speakers work with non-externally amplified sources? Meaning factory radio or better yet a aftermarket radio using its internal amp.

I was just looking at head units yesterday.
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I'm sure this is mentioned in some other thread but will these speakers work with non-externally amplified sources? Meaning factory radio or better yet a aftermarket radio using its internal amp.

I was just looking at head units yesterday.
Yes. These will work with the factory radio, or any aftermarket head unit. An amp is always a plus, but certainly not required.
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Old 10-30-2012, 08:52 AM   #4
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Yes. These will work with the factory radio, or any aftermarket head unit. An amp is always a plus, but certainly not required.
Sounds good. Is this for a single side? Or left and right?
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Sounds good. Is this for a single side? Or left and right?
Both sides. 2 speakers, 2 tweeters, 2 crossovers, 2 sets of wires, 2 speaker adapters, 2 tweeter mounts, and plently of polyfill for both.
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Perfect. Order will be placed in a few.
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Perfect. Order will be placed in a few.
It's out waiting for pickup
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HUGE TURNOUT! Only 1 set of DB5251's left before next weeks shipment comes in!
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Don't forget to check out the speaker adapters and tweeter mounts being sold by themselves at NalinMFG.com if you are not in a position to upgrade everything at once!
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db5251's back in stock!
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Do you sell the speaker that fits in the console of a 2005 TJ? It's the subwoofer.
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Do you sell the speaker that fits in the console of a 2005 TJ? It's the subwoofer.
Sorry, the only speakers I sell right now are db5251 components for 97-06 dashes.
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Are you still running 4"x6"s?
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Understanding How Component Car Speakers Work (Taken from Autos.com)

Component car speakers are much different from the typical stock coaxial car speakers that usually come with vehicles. They are usually more expensive and more difficult to install, but they generally sound better than stock coaxial car stereo speakers. Read onward to better understand how component car speakers work.

Speakers use things called drivers to produce sound. Drivers are devices which convert electrical energy into sound waves. Different drivers produce different sounds, depending on the frequency of the sound. The 3 basic drivers included in car stereo systems are tweeters, mid-ranges and woofers. Tweeters generally handle the high frequency sounds (such as bells and whistles), woofers generally handle the low frequency sounds (such as bass) and mid-ranges handle the frequencies in-between, which include most vocals and the majority of melodic instrument sounds.

Some component car speaker systems may include further specialized woofer and tweeter drivers for ultra-low and ultra-high frequency sounds. Car subwoofer speakers only deal with very low sound frequencies, such as the pounding bass in a hip-hop song. Super tweeters, on the other hand, deal with only very high frequency sounds, such as the very high "tings" of certain cymbals. These drivers can help to really give a listener the full spectrum of sound.

In order for the different drivers of component car speakers produce different frequencies of sound, a device called a car speaker crossover is required. The crossover receives the electrical sound signals and separates and distributes the different types of sounds to the various components. The ultra-low sounds would be sent only to the subwoofer speakers, the low sounds would be sent to the woofers, the medium frequency sounds get sent to the mid-ranges, the high frequency sounds get sent to the tweeters and the ultra-high frequency sounds are sent to the super tweeters. The separation of sound frequencies and their distribution to specific components can provide optimal sound.

To truly achieve optimal sound in a vehicle, though, the separate drivers of a component speaker system must be properly placed throughout the car. While the placement of the various components involves some degree of personal preference, there are general areas that should be used to accommodate certain types of components. For example, the woofers and/or mid-range speakers may be placed on the sides of doors, the tweeters may be placed closer to the dashboard or windshield and the subwoofers will probably sound best when placed in the rear of the vehicle, perhaps in the trunk. You don't want to have a subwoofer speaker above your ears or a tweeter down by your feet.

Component car speakers can really give a listener a great experience. However, any potential car speaker buyer should note that, while component speakers are generally better than standard coaxial speakers, cheap component speakers will almost always sound inferior to quality coaxials. So, to achieve optimal sound, the component speakers must be of good quality, properly fitted, installed in the correct locations and properly paired with any receivers, amplifiers, and other audio components. Understanding how component car speakers work is crucial in making the right decisions when putting together a vehicle's audio system.
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"I have been looking for a speaker upgrade for quite some time now. I found out about Nalin on Jeepforum. After reading several reviews, all of which were positive, I was sold on their products. I ordered their Dash Component Package because my stock speakers were on their last ropes. After receiving the package, which was nicely packed, I decided to install them right away. Install was pain free and very easy. Wiring the speakers was just as easy. It took about an hour. I was very impressed with the precision and quality of the mounts. The speakers fit perfectly, and the mounts bolted right up without a problem. I tested the speakers, and they're a huge improvement over the stock weak speakers. Great upgrade for anyone looking for a better quality sound system. Thanks again Andrew."
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For those of you that have bought the Polk Audio DB5251, what tweeter attenuation setting are you using on the cross-overs? There are 3 positions if i'm not mistaken.
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For those of you that have bought the Polk Audio DB5251, what tweeter attenuation setting are you using on the cross-overs? There are 3 positions if i'm not mistaken.
I didn't adjust the ones on my personal Jeep all -- plug-n-play out of the box.
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Do you have a solution to add a sub ona 2 door JK without taking up all of the storage room back there?
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