Texas XL Guy from Fort Worth, Texas, Sonic Electronix
12 October 2014
Conclusion: Bought these Pioneer enclosed speakers to put in my 1969 Ford XL, didn't want to have to cut or drill holes in my ALL original car! These speakers can be used under the front seats, and hidden from view, or in the back package tray. There are speaker mounts to use for rear package tray installation, but drilling is required.
Perfect for surface mounting when no mounting holes are
10 June 2014
Summary: I had a set of these back in the day ( 1989 ) in my ford truck. loved them then. Now I needed a good set of speakers to finish the entertainment system in the bed of my other ford ( for when we go to the drive in and for camping) Just like back in the day, these are great speakers, easy to install and pre-wired with 12 ft. wires ( 4 meters).
Conclusion: I had a set of similar pioneer speakers in a truck back in the day and they did a great job. Now I needed speakers to finish the canopy entertainment system for when we camp or go to the drive-in movie. They fit exactly where I needed them to and sound really good. Super easy to install.
Conclusion: I have a 1929 Mercedes kit car with NO room for speakers to be actually mounted. These speakers in their own boxes were the perfect choice. Easy install, and they sound great!! Highly recommend them, and these guys had a great price!!
Conclusion: The tiny limited frequency range speakers in my Panasonic 65" TV just weren't making the grade and I wanted something better. Even though the audio amplifiers in the TV were rated at only 10 watts, these Pioneer TS-X150 speakers are fantastic. I had to install small 1/8" cut-out type jacks on my TV and ever since I plugged the Pioneer speakers in I never unplugged them. The improvement was awesome and I would recommend these speakers as a must-have.