not sure on the brand or fitment, but power should be fine, my head unit only put out 50x4 and i am running alpine type r components in all 4 doors. the alpine speakers have an rms rating of 110w per speaker.
Is that the mini behind the dash amp? 45x4?Highly recommend an Alpine Power pack because my setup sounded "ok" until I put the power pack in and a lot of the distortion at high volumes went away and made them more clear and defined.
Good to know. That's 2 that I know of that are a direct fit. Kicker are the other ones that drop in the hole no problem.reference 6.5 will fit perfectly fine! no adapter needed ! i have the shallow mounts in all 4 doors. non amplified but sound is phenomenal ... crisp and clean . also have them in our boat components amp'd on a jl audio jx360 4channel amp couldnt get a better deal than that package honestly.
Infinity reference are my first choice in automotive speakers, and the bass will be better, and much more defined than the stock speakers. I had Inf. reference in my 06 truck for 5 years. I loved them.FYI: you are likely to lose most bass that your factory speakers provide. The speaker is designed for your truck and require like 5w to power. You'll have some bass of course, but it will not be the same. Biggest complain with speaker installation.
That's nonsense. The bass output of a particular speaker has nothing to do with it's ability to handle more power. A better quality, better sounding speaker is just that, regardless of it's power rating.No one ever says high power speakers on low power decks have better bass. haha
What's your budget for a pair?i have been around and listened to speakers but in my area all i really have is walmart and best buy which best buy is expensive.