Coaxial or Midrange for front doors? 2015 Mazda Non Bose.
I dont think the Mazda Sport came with the Bose system - heck, I dont even know where the amp to it is hiding.
I have a center speaker grill - but I think its empty... or the original owner took it out?
Im the 2nd owner, and I think the original driver left me some really shitty speakers - especially on the passenger side.
I can hear the tweeter up by front on the driver side.. but the passenger side is very weak and the bass cracks up with volume bad- I think in his haste to leave me some shitty speakers he screwed up the negative and positive on the speaker wires. So maybe its a simple fix.
Regardless, if thats not the sound issue and I do need new speakers:
Should I get a set of Mid-range speakers for the front doors and use the stock tweeters and the factory connectors to those tweeters... I assume if I connect the "new" mid-range into the door the connection to the stock tweeter is done.
For the rear doors - co-axial?
Maybe Co-axial all around?
Thanks in advance.
"Go with the decision that makes for a great story." - me.