Summary: These speakers better than factory replacements and are just what I wanted as part of system upgrade in my 99' F-250! The instructions were simple and included installation kit made it quick. Sound is great!
Summary: Wanted to upgrade the factory sound system in my bare-bones model Ford Focus. These speakers were purchased for the rear doors and they fit great. Sound improvement was noticeable over the factory units when using the factory head unit, but the real difference came with the installation of a Kenwood head unit. Very pleased.
Summary: This was an install on my brothers 96 Mercury Grand Marquis. I have used MTX subs and amps on my old 03 custom PT Curser and never had any problems. I installed the MTX TDX692 with an Eclipse CD5435 head unit (no amps) They sound good, but can use an amp to be better.
Summary: Great 2 way speaker ,big difference compared to stock, able to be powered off a aftermarket deck .my tweeters did not swivel,no biggie. Magnet is a tad big but with the use of their braket thats included in the box helped out ,great for clearness ,bass is ok for bieng a speaker..
Pros: Comes with everything you need ,great sound specially for the money,great construction ,nice minor bass
Cons: Only con is that the bolt pattern on this speaker...DID NOT MATCH my 04 tacoma standard cab door screw pattern...2 out of 4 match ,i made it work ,make sure to check if it fits your car bieng that its a generic speaker size and bolt patter...
Summary: I have long been a fan of MTX products. I purchased the TDX68 based on brand reputation and cost. I know I was not getting top of line, high end speakers. What I was getting were direct replacements for the stock door speakers in my RV. Are they better than stock, yes. I used my RTA to do a before and after test. The frequency response was smoother and flatter than the stock speakers. The bass response also extended lower than the stock speaker. Overall sound was decent.
Pros: Great price, easy install, great brand, over all decent sound.
Cons: Could not adjust the tweeter angle, no real owners manual either.
Summary: Good speaker for the money . Easy install with supplied instructions. Installed in front doors openings of a 2003 Ford Taurus. Bass is a little weak as svtgod noted but that could be due to the speakers being installed in the front door.
Pros: Clear highs and midrange. High efficiency allows them to play at higher volume with factory head unit.
Summary: Good Speaker, excellent highs, good mids, not a ton of bass. But not bad. I installed them in a 2002 f150 I probably should have used the foam baffles for protection and a little more bass. I am using a ALPINE MFP-F300 to push these. Truck still has rear factory speakers. I will update this review as soon as I replace them. I suspect the factory speakers are making these sound a little muddy.
Summary: Used these on suggestion of a Crutchfield tech in my 97 F-250. A great improvement over the OME speakers that were still in the truck. Using a Kenwood head unit with only 22 W RMS per channel they sound good but will be even better with some power from an amp.
Pros: Nice wiring harness 'clip' that linked directly to the trucks (ford) speaker leads which made wiring a snap. Also included were 4 additional wiring clips with a 6" lead that could be used to 'splice' into the veh. speaker leads for a connection. 8 screws and 8 'e' clips were also included. Speakers fit into the cab corner cut outs w/o any problem.
Cons: Speaker mounting holes did not match up. I had to modify two of the speakers four mounting holes to mount them. The included screws were too large for the trucks plastic grill mounting brackets and had to provide others that wouldn't split the plastic. The included 'e' clips were not needed.