Pioneer - TS-G1644R - Full Range Car Speakers
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ts-g1644r Speakers Are Excellent Choices To Replace A Bad Set Of Factory 6-1/2" Speakers. Their Two-way Design Handles 250 Watts Max. Power (40 Watts Nominal) And Feature Pioneer's Extremely Strong An
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I know the major complaint here is that there is a huge lack of bass from these speakers. A 4" speaker is not able to achieve those frequencies, and it should be well known by now that if you wanted more bass, you should upgrade to 5.25" speakers, or 6.5" speakers. They do sell adapter plates for this, and you could make a bracket if you'd like. The passenger side would be a tighter fit for a big speaker than the driver side.
A little tip if you are using a Toyota Pickup Truck, don't cut any wires. Just unscrew the stock speakers, unclip the speaker wires from the speaker, and unclip the plug from back of the speaker. Then use the 2 wire clips, and the plug on these Pioneer speakers. It will save you a ton of time.
The door speakers had to be small and shallow, but these Pioneer speakers are certainly NOT small or shallow sounding! They reproduce sound far better than the factory speakers (wider range, crisp highs, decent lows, and mids are their shining point), and handle 35W RMS power, which is more than enough for the 22W RMS output from my new Pioneer head-unit. Now, it's time to order some 6x8 3-way's for the rear-deck!
My only complaint about these speakers was mounting. Many cars (mine included) utilize 3-mounting points, not four, and it would not be that hard for Pioneer to add in two more "tabs" (or an optional trim-ring for 3-hole mounting) to allow for multiple mounting points, rather than forcing you to drill new holes into your door! Secondly, the tabs are rather short, and the screw-heads provided are not wide enough to cover the tabs. No washers were provided, so I opted to use different screws for mounting, rather than the ones supplied.
The speakers are awesome sounding... but the mounting options and hardware provided are the weak-link in this kit.
1) Because it's Pioneer and I've come to expect better from this company
2) It was a teeny more pricey than I usually spend for this kind of speaker
Both of those facts caused me to eagerly await prime sound from this speaker set. Unfortunately that expectation was not fulfilled. These are "okay" speakers, but the lows are not exceptionally low and the midrange and highs not particularly crisp. I don't often compare products, but I've found the Boss speaker line to be of consistent quality throughout their offerings, and less expensive than this speaker set.
* It comes with everything needed
* Features a full-coverage protective speaker grille
* It is a full range speaker
* Just not the sound quality I was expecting from Pioneer
Mind you, I believe someone purchasing these will be "satisfied" with the purchase. They're a quality speaker and produce "acceptable" sound. But sorry to say: I've heard better. It could be just personal preference as the Pioneer certainly has enough 5-star reviews. But I test my speakers in identical enclosures and make my judgment based on their performance in identical environments... and I just didn't find as good a performance in these as I have other speakers. On the other hand they're not cheap nor junk speakers, so perhaps buyers will lean more toward the 5 star reviews rather than this 3 star one. But I couldn't build actual enthusiasm about this model.
I purchased 2 sets of these speakers, for their low-profile mounting. They fit perfectly as replacements for my door speakers. They can handle the additional power of my new head unit, and I have put them through their paces without breaking any. At high volumes, they do distort. Putting the stereo into "Loud" mode creates distortion with any music with a beat. I'm not super pleased with the sound quality, but they are just little door speakers, and were wicked cheap. I think if you need a lot of sound you should do a sub and compliment it with better door speakers, but if you are just trying to replace blown speakers with something a little better than stock these will work fine.