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what size are my stock speakers?

-90 RR with the Clarion cassette player. The top door speakers and the rear ones look like 4 inches, what are the bottom door speakers? 5 1/4" ? Are they all just normal 2-way speakers? -Because all of mine sound like crap. or don't work at all, and I'm looking to replace them. Thanks

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Most factory speakers back in the early 90's still used paper cones.. which is crap. I don't know the size, but some inexpensive replacements from Good Guys, Best Buy or any place like that would be a vast improvement.

I am guessing the rear's are 4's and the front's either 5 1/4 or 6"
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5.25 front and back. My 93 has 5.25's in the back and 5.25's in the top of the door.
I got some Pioneers pretty inexpensive from Best Buy installed them myself. And they sound pretty good considering the head unit.


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Not sure about the Classic RR's you are driving, but my '92 County has the
Range Rover - a/d/s stereo, 7 speakers including sub with separate level control, factory CD changer, etc--nicest sounding factory system I have ever heard. The tweeters are very heavy, they have their own removable metal enclosure, fluid-cooled, 1.5" very crisp. The mids in the top of the door are fairly small, maybe 4", yes they are paper but poly surrounds, separate amp, play loud w/o distorting. The bottom speakers are empty. Nothing behind the grille. There are two more midrange drivers in the rear roof. Then there is a subwoofer on the floor in a nice ported wooden enclosure and a huge separate amp which drives the sub exclusively. This system cranks and can drain a battery in 20 minutes or less if turned up w/o car on. This is better than the 11 speaker system in my 4.0SE and better than the BOSE stereo in my Mercedes E320.
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I agree with Troverman

I have RR Classic 95 and Harman Kardon system. The sound of the system is amazing for 10 year old car. It is even better and far superior than my old Mercedes ro Audi Bose system.
Tweeters on front A pilar, 5-1/4 on the front doors, Rear 4" on the ceiling, and subwoofer generates quite impressive kick and sound.
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Are those 4 inchers back there?
I put them back in last night and I guess they are.


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does anyone know FOR SURE the answer to this? -Aren't the top door speakers and the rear ones the same size? I measure them at 4", but if I measure the grill, they are 5 1/4...which is correct?

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Hi there,
I know it's late but I struggled to find this answer.
In the front door top is 4 inch and bottom is 5.25 inch
In the back 4 inch, I wanted to put 5.25" in the back but there was a metal frame for the 4" back speakers so I stayed with 4"
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