I am currently looking for new speakers for my 2004 pontiac grand am gt i have already replaced the old stareo, but with the 4 way system im not sure if i can just throw any matching set of speakers

Asked by Aug 31, 2014 at 10:56 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Car Customization

I was thinking just putting in 4x6 and
6x9 sonys in but i dont know if the
brand makes a difference

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Go for the sound and brand you like.

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Right, and make sure you get the correct size and ohm rating.

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www.crutchfield.com should help.

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Impedance is the key. If you go wrong on that, it may damage the stereo. The impedance should be given for any speaker, usually on the packaging or printed on the rear of the speaker. Also, ensure that you hook up the wires correctly, there is a "hot" and "ground" just as with any electrical current.

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