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19 reviews | 3.5 out of 5
These are great sounding speakers for the money. These speakers are not 140w each, the wattage listed is for the pair. They do sound excellant for such a small speaker. If your on a tight budget, but would like quality sound then look no further.
I bought it about a month a ago, its still holding up and playing nice and loud. A bonus is that they also include quite a bit of extra wiring if you need it
I bought these online and installed about 3 weeks ago. Worked as expected and certainly the right price.
Does what i got it for easy to hook up works sounds good and a very good price
Great sound for such a small speaker and excellent value for the money. Measure the existing speaker opening carefully because the magnets on these speakers are large and may require some modification to the OEM speaker mounts.
Screw holes matched the OEM perfectly. Very easy to install; removal of old speakers took longer than the installation of the new speakers.
Needed for a 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass that had two bad front dashboard speakers. These fit in perfectly and sound great with the stock head unit. Definitely good for a quick, good priced speaker in an old car.
good sound. easy fit!
Fit perfect in my classic 91 Chrysler Lebaron convertible upper dash mounted speakers.
They go well with the other aftermarket replacement speakers in the doors and back side panels.
As expected for the price.
there are easy to hook up
86 Cutlass. My speakers were 27 years old, so you could imagine how they sound. I replace them with the Boss Audio 3.5...Nice and crisp. Wether I'm playing my cd's, phone, usb or ipod. GREAT!
Replaced a set of Pyles which unfortunately lived up to their name as big piles of junk. So far these replacements have been working well. Good, crisp high sound, which is all that I use them for as the amp they run off of has a high-pass crossover built into the line for my front speakers.
Sound quality is about what you'd expect from a cheap 3.5" speaker. Ok makes noise.
U can't hear nothing
Suppose to be 140 watts starts crackling at about 50 on the volume scale and becomes terrible by 75 on the volume scale
Installed in car turned radio on could not hear sound till volume was on 50 out of 90. The busted factory speakers sounded better.
I wasn't expecting much so I was pretty happy when I hooked them up. They sounded okay - I mean, what do you expect from a 3.5" speaker. I've got an '89 olds delta 88 and while they didn't fit well but I knew I could cut the tabs off and they'd fit okay. I listen to NPR, so besides 20 minutes of music I mostly listened to half an hour talk radio before the first one started buzzing horribly with any speech. Lets just say, even with my low expectations I was hoping for more than an hour.