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    Thread: What size speakers fit on a jetta??

    1. Member exile213's Avatar
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      04-09-2009 01:41 AM #1
      The jetta I bought didn't come with any speakers. What size speakers do I need to get??

    2. 04-09-2009 01:52 AM #2
      I'm not quite sure myself but they look like 6.25''

    3. 04-09-2009 01:54 AM #3
      I correct myself...6.75

    4. 04-09-2009 01:55 AM #4
      The tweeters however don't have stock replacements...I forgot what most people use but there's slight modification required


      Sorry for the multiple post...i'm drinking with a few friends right now


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      04-09-2009 05:36 AM #5
      What do you mean by "The tweeters however don't have stock replacements"? Do you mean you cant get aftermarket solutions in their place?

    6. 04-09-2009 05:41 AM #6
      6.5" speakers front and back. They're also a 3" recess, so they've got to fit that depth if you want to use them with the OEM speaker grills. As for the tweeters, not sure.


      Modified by tylergreenwood at 2:45 AM 4-9-2009

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      04-09-2009 10:20 AM #7
      the front tweeters are about a 3" hole. so the best bet for speaerks is a set of components afor thefront and a set of full ranges for the rear.

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      04-09-2009 05:15 PM #9
      God dammit I cant believe I forgot about Dans site! I forget do you have specs/dimensions of the tweeters though?

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      04-09-2009 05:25 PM #10
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      04-09-2009 07:19 PM #11
      I fitted 1 inch tweeters into cut out stock/non-Bose bases

    12. 04-09-2009 07:20 PM #12
      FYI Infinity Kappa Series With the external crossovers sound GREAT in the rear in a 6.5"

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      04-09-2009 07:34 PM #13
      One thing you may want to consider if you have a rear deck you cannot reuse the stock speaker grills so if you don't want some goofy looking speaker grill that most aftermarkets come with look for some that come with normal looking ones.
      COYS!!!

    14. 04-09-2009 10:55 PM #14
      I run MB Quart 4" with tweets on the dash They have a set just for Euro's. And a set of 6.75 Quart Mid Woofers in the doors on a 3 way cross-over. The sound is just incredible.

    15. 04-10-2009 01:17 AM #15
      Quote, originally posted by OldEliminator »
      I run MB Quart 4" with tweets on the dash They have a set just for Euro's. And a set of 6.75 Quart Mid Woofers in the doors on a 3 way cross-over. The sound is just incredible.

      MB Quart is an EXCELLENT speaker brank. Crystal clear, esp when properly powered.


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