Summary: WHEN I SAW THE STARTING BID, I DECIDED TO BID. THE SPEAKERS ARE AVERAGE. THEY ARE OK FOR THE BASIC STEREO SYSTEM. I'LL BE GIVING THEM AS AN XMAS PRESENT. I FOUND A PAIR OF BETTER SPEAKERS FOR ME.
Summary: i have a 2004 f150 and it had a poor sound system. the door speakers were the last to be replaced and let me tell you, what a difference in sound quality. i did my reserch on the frequency range of all the car speakers available and pioneer had the best range of all the speakers out there. i would recomend pioneer speakers to anyone installing aftermarket speakers in a vehicle.
Summary: decent speakers ,for what i paid ($20) - they sound pretty good ,only thing i wouldnot buy them for stereo without equalizer or at least 3 band parametric eq (bass,mid,treble) because you will need to adjust midrange which is pretty high in those speakers ,and dont use them with amplifier -stock 20 watts rms is enough and dont go below 63-80hz - if you need higher output just buy component speakers but like i said - for 20 bucks they are pretty loud but to hear bass you...
Summary: I put these in my wife's Corolla. They sound a whole lot better than the stock speakers, however if you're looking for good bass, look elsewhere. These speakers don't play the low end super loud. Great Mids and Highs though. Be sure to turn the bass down slightly or they will distort.
Summary: I like that the speakers have really clear treble and can be turned up loud but the bass kind of sucks. I have a 2000 impala stock and the stock door speakers have 2 times more bass, I would recommend these to someone that has subs or doesn't like any bass at all while listening to music. Don't just buy it because it's Pioneer. They do sound good but Pioneer could have done a better job with more bass I think personally.