Ordered. I'll report back once they're installed. Fingers crossed this works out - they're two way coaxial 6x9s, so I'll have an extra tweeter. I wonder if the Bose amp sends a full range signal to the door speakers. If they're band passed to cut out highs and lows, the extra tweeter won't matter. Thanks for the info!jontyrees wrote:Excellent! Thanks - I think I'll give them a shotsmj999smj wrote:The subwoofer speakers are 1-ohm but the door speakers are 2-ohm. I would think your speakers would work in the doors just fine at 2.3-ohm.
Old now but thanks for posting this thread. I also felt something missing up front so I put in JBL GX962 in the doors with metra adapters. Everything else is the original Bose factory speakers and I’m content. The factory front door Bose had nothing in the mid and had quite a bit of bass. The JBLs have less bass but helped the midrange up front a bunch. The tweeters do play some so the dash speakers aren’t as dominant as they annoyingly used to be. It feels like the midrange gap is filled and the sound is full up front. I'm happy with them and the overall sound now.jontyrees wrote: ↑Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:30 amSo after a couple of weeks with both front speakers replaced, I have to call this swap a success. While it's not a life changing improvement, it is definitely a much more complete sound - no longer lacking crucial guitar and drum sounds. The "hollow" effect is gone. I guess I have it turned up a bit louder now to compensate for the lower volume level of the JBLs, but it still gets way louder than I ever want to listen to it - halfway up the volume scale is loud, 75% is very loud. Sounds great now