Originally Posted by Jma20a
there are just 2 screws on each of the front speaker grills, and 4 on each of the soundbar speakers. the soundbar speakers do not do all the work.
I got that far on the front speaker(s), but there is a foam baffle, and then a black mesh screen that gets in the way. I shined a flashlight in there and saw what I could. I don't have any reason to think the front speaker(s) are damaged due to age. They don't sound any different. I have the hard top shell, so the interior has always been protected from the elements. If it was a rag top, then I'd be more concerned, like leaving a pair of home stereo speakers in the back of a pick-up truck for several years, then they'd most certainly be rotted out. Anyway the front speakers are down by the knees, and I only use them for listening to talk radio.
The back speakers in the sound bar are easy. They're also right behind the head of the driver and passenger, and the only speakers anybody in the back seat is going to hear. They're in surprising good shape. I could continue to use them the way the are, but I still want to find the specs on them to help with that decision... anybody have a source of info for that...?