looking for a low power speaker

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  1. coma

    coma New Member

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    I need to replace a speaker (6.5") on my antiquated Sentra. I'm guessing that the total power output of the HU is 20 watts, if that. What numbers do I look for in a speaker so that I don't buy "too much" speaker for a weak-output HU? I just want to make sure it has enough power to run the speakers (not looking for high volume). I'm looking at about $50/pair I guess, and I plan on getting them at Best Buy or similar type of store..
     
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    umm, anything will work then
     
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    about:blank Whether you think that you can or that you can't,

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    if you're spending money, might as well get something out of it.

    Get a 2ch amp for around 60-70 bucks + cheap 6.5" coaxials by Kenwood, Pioneer, Sony, etc. It will sound 10x better than even 100/pr coaxials.
     
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    i know your point, but sometimes folks just want to replace speakers and leave it at that. i'm guessing its a stock hu. pioneers or kenwoods should be just fine for you
     
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    hell even the $30 rampage shit will work on a OE radio
     

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