Daisy Mouri: This is one of the best upgrades you can do! My generation, the super oldies, really likes good, clear music! Frank Sinatra anyone? Who's Frank Sinatra?
Payton Bandy: you're the most boring car repair channel I've ever watched.
Juul de win: mine has 4 wires on a plug standard at the speaker hole, i want to add a speaker to the rear, i have speaker cable to connect it, how do i connect the other speaker with speaker cable, for there are 4 wires on the factory speaker
Brett hay: Eric, when soldering two wires next to each other like this, it is better practice to offset the connections, so they aren't side by side, it helps to make the connections more discrete, but also give added protection from the two shorting out if you end up with a failure of you insulation.
CLS550: where did you buy that heat gun with that adapter?
Niles Niles: Anybody saw the legs swinging in the background lol.
Shadow Gamer: you forgot to disconnect the negative terminal on your battery
emerybryant: im into car audio! lol
emerybryant: lmao ok eric, the rotted part of the speaker that you pointed out was whats known as the surround. also the air movement has very little to do with "sound" i saw an example to prove that not long ago. the sound is produced by the voice coil. the movement and cone help direct that sound and send it out further. also, probably not recommended but you could always power the radio on and check polarity that way...
Luke Buck: could u post a video or tell me how to get the magnet off the back of the speaker.
Gabes Gaming: now i know this is a dumb question but im an engine guy not speakers and entertaiment. but would a oem speaker replacement be any different or just connect them without having to solder
BigRalphSmith: Just a quick note to add to the information in this video. When replacing any speaker, one of the things you need to check closely is that your new speakers fully "clear" your housings, covers, and wires. You have to be sure that the cone gaskets (the part of the cone that attaches it all the way around the speaker frame) doesn't rub against or make contact with anything. As the speaker operates, if anything is in contact with that foam or paper gasket, the normal vibration of the speaker will rub a hole in to the gasket ruining your new speakers. This doesn't take long to happen so be extra careful to check for anything coming in to contact with any moving part of the speaker.
Guille Arana: replacing a speaker with a bigger one (therefore with higher ressistance) is there a risk of burning the sound system?
Mark William: Funny, I replaced the speakers in my 92 with Kickers also! I am looking to try and incorporate the front dash tweeters and the dome light speakers. Any suggestions?
Jesse Zelaya: What are the best pair of 6.5 speakers under $75 a pair?
countryboy daily vlogs: Eric the Car Guy where do you buy your speakers at
Hamilton Smith: Why'd I watch this knowing I will never even attempt to do this............
Colin: Hey man sensible Eric,i roll the same way low dollar but acceptable sound quality all i need.Great video straight to the point get the job done.
Dankish Dudes: Acura vigger
PGTMR2: Never buy new speakers. Junkyard shop, if you look around you can find excellent replacement speakers, high quality stuff is the same price as stock paper ones. Less than $20 a pair. They're fun to look for too, it's a great excuse to look at every car.
The Basics of Car Audio Speaker Replacement -EricTheCarGuy5
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