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Hi mates. Im modifying my Aygo, already resprayed roof, mirrors, added spoiler. Gonna do more things like alloys and windows tinting but now i want to upgrade these "very good" standard Speakers. My car is 2006 Aygo sport and it has dashboard Speakers and rear doors ones.

I was browsing forums and desided to put: pioneer TS-G1022i 10cm ones in front

http://www.pioneer.eu/uk/products/25/131/201/TS-G1022i/page.html

and i need an advise about rear ones. Thinking about Pioneer TS-G1723i coaxial:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pioneer-TS-G1723i-3-Way-Coaxial-Speakers/dp/B006NU56F0

or Pioneer TS-G1721i Dual Cone Speakers

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pioneer-TS-G1721i-17cm-Dual-Speakers/dp/B006NU55EC/ref=pd_sxp_f_pt

The thing is would it be a difference? Because 1723 has tweeters mounted inside so as dashboard ones. And 1721i works more as a bass speakers? Which ones would be better?

And anyone installed these into your own Aygo? Any difficulties installing rear ones or they fit perfectly? Depth seems ok but what about diameter?

Thanks for answers.

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Hi, I used TS-g177221's for the rear......they are 6.5'' but I had to cut the hole bigger in the door cards. The standard Speakers have 6.5'' grills but they cleverly hide the fact that the Speakers behind are only 4'' ....easy enough though...got mine from a company called 'wheels & bits' on eBay....about £26 if I remember rightly...

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Yeah i saw them. So basicaly as i understand the best way to install Speakers without cutting anything is to use 4" in front and 4" in rear? Or there is some 6.5" Speakers which would fit without cutting anything?

And once more, anyone knows would be the difference in sound if i would use coaxial ones in a back or dual cone?

EDIT: did some "investigation" myself and took off front and rear Speakers off. I hope this info will be usefull for others not so skilled engineers like myself :)

Firstly, took off dashboard speaker off. Was really easy. Here is what i found:

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Rear doors: to remove the plastic part all you need to do is unscrew 3 bolts and carefully use force to take whole plastic part off at once. But be carefull. Inside everything is more simply than i thought:

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The speaker itself is same 10cm size as front ones so as i understand the easiest way to replace them for better ones without cutting anything is buy x4 10cm speakers.

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Here is the connection for rear ones:

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So i still have few questions who understands about it more than me: What about Omh's? On standard ones sais 6, Pioneer TS-G1022i has 4Ohms. Would be any problem with that?

I don't know what connection the new ones would have but would i need to use Aygo speaker adaptor leads like this one?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Toyota-Aygo-Speaker-Adaptor-Lead-PC2-824-/260491730567?pt=UK_In_Car_Technology&hash=item3ca6845e87

And last one, is it ok for the sound quality to put 4 coaxial speakers instead of 2 coaxial in a dashboard and 2 dual cone (without tweeters as i understand) in a back?

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Hi, I used TS-g177221's for the rear......they are 6.5'' but I had to cut the hole bigger in the door cards. The standard speakers have 6.5'' grills but they cleverly hide the fact that the speakers behind are only 4'' ....easy enough though...got mine from a company called 'wheels & bits' on ebay....about £26 if I remember rightly...

My 2008 year Aygo has 6,5" speaker on the front door and a 4" speaker on the dash top and a tweeter in the A pillar. I am surprised that some models have Speakers in the rear doors and that too 4".

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You can fit 4 ohm Speakers without any problems.

And when you're replacing the front Speakers with coaxial ones, remember to snip one of the wires on

each side going to the A-pillar tweeters. Failing to do so will give too much "high" and will not sound right...

Ijn the first two photos it's the thicker, red wire. The smaller ones are the originals from the radio.

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Ah, i already installed them without disconnecting that wire. Yes it quite a lot of "high" sound so i bought rear ones dual cone without any tweeters. Going to install them now.

Installed them yet?? how are they?

The ones I mentioned earlier really aren't that great...we live and learn, I got advice from a local car audio specialist and will be buying some decent ones as recommended by him...I haven't cut the cables to the original tweeters as I am fitting an 800w under seat sub/amp.....(it just fits) and was told to leave them as I will need as much treble as possible...

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Ah, i already installed them without disconnecting that wire. Yes it quite a lot of "high" sound so i bought rear ones dual cone without any tweeters. Going to install them now.

Installed them yet?? how are they?

The ones I mentioned earlier really aren't that great...we live and learn, I got advice from a local car audio specialist and will be buying some decent ones as recommended by him...I haven't cut the cables to the original tweeters as I am fitting an 800w under seat sub/amp.....(it just fits) and was told to leave them as I will need as much treble as possible...

Yes. Installed pioneer TS G-1021i into rear doors. I think its better than 1022i or 1023i models coz i have enough tweeters already. Did cut the wires, connected the ones which was with the Speakers, used some tape. Evenknow it sais 10 cm Speakers holes for the screws doesnt really fit exactly. I used a force to push them in, bended a screw a bit but it went in. It is better than original Speakers but only louder. If you really wanna base-forget to get it from 4" speakers. For base the best thing would be subwoofer+amplifier 2in1 under seat unit. But im fine without it coz the wiring would be much more difficult.

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  • 5 years later...

Hi all

Has anyone fitted 6x9 in there Aygo? I have made a new parcel shelf in my 2008 3 dorr Aygo, and have a sony head unit, I just wondered where the speaker wires go into the head unit?? Sorry not good at all with fitting, I did do the head set and front Speakers, but everything was there for them! If anyone can help would really appreciate it guys!!  Thanks

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I fitted 6x9 Vibe co-axials into the stock rear shelf on my Aygo. I fed them by extending the wires that went to the stock Speakers (now not connected) in the rear doors. I had contemplated just upgrading the door Speakers but the limited size put me off.

I also fitted a Focal underseat sub and double DIN head unit.

Upgrading any Speakers on the stock head unit is largely pointless imo.

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