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    Default 4x10 to 6x9 speaker conversion

    I saw some adapters on ebay. I was thinking about converting the rear deck of my 97 suburban.

    Has anyone ever tried a conversion?

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    I've done 4x6 to 5.25 and 4x6 to 6.5 conversion and was pretty pleased with the sound. Never done a 4x6 to 6x9 conversion. That's a pretty large speaker though. If it were me I would go to a round speaker, the sound replication is more accurate.

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    If it were me I would go to a round speaker, the sound replication is more accurate.
    This x2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SurrealOne View Post
    This x2.
    ill x3 that

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    You can EASILY put a 5 1/4 round in the opening for a 4x10 (if you want a pic of mine i can get youe one)!! Any speaker that has an "x" in it sucks, they are dead and anitquated, stay with round speakers
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkness-lies- View Post
    ill x3 that
    Eh....I guess I will keep it going..... X4 that


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    Holy crap, ok then!
    I need pics and info if i need an adapter or what?!?

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    I'm not running rears anymore in my setup and I have a smaller cab being how it's only an extended cab. Rears are mostly filler and can actually do harm to sound quality at times.

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