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Old 06-05-2012, 10:30 PM
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'04 Columbia Edition. (Sport Utility 7-speaker system)

Speakers are shot...they sound awful. One (maybe two) are blown. Going to replace the component 4" in the front. Thinking of using a 4x6 in the dash and maybe put a tweeter up in the top right and left corners. How much better would it sound or should I just replace what I have? Not sure if I want to add an amp for the main speakers right now...

Also have an old unused pair of 6.5 pioneers that I bought to add to another car years ago, wondering where or if they'd fit somewhere in my Wrangler?

Had a box with a couple 10" subs in my old jeep...but hated where I mounted the amp (back seat 'armrest' below window...got rained on a few times, etc)

Going to do that again in the next few weeks as well. Need ideas of where to put an amp..maybe the top of the box?

Just looking for suggestions and comments...fire away!
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