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Looking to replace the door speakers and back speakers in my 95. I have a JVC head unit. I'm looking for something with good bass and that doesn't distort when cranked. I'm on a budget so not crazy expensive.
I have a set of Sony Xplod 5x7 four way speakers in my doors and rear locations, along with a 12" enclosed sub with it's own 100W amp in bridged mode running off a Sony head unit. I like them a lot. At some point I may swap the front speakers for a set of component speakers, but it's not a priority. I'm sure there are "better" speakers, but I am not an audiophile by any means. They put out decent bass, but I prefer a small sub with just enough power to fill in where the small speakers lack.

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