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Hello all, so the stock speakers in my CR-V are awful and I've been looking to do a cheap upgrade. Found cheap speakers and the wire harness for them, but can anybody recommend a speaker adaptor/bracket for mounting it into the door? I found some for $33 on amazon but thought that was a bit too expensive. Thank you!
 

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I haven't upgraded speakers in our cars for a few years, but "You Get What You Pay For". Were the original speakers blown out?

You could visit Crutchfield.com for some mounting ideas, they have a LOT of information.
 
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Crutchfield also has the adapter harnesses.
 

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I haven't upgraded speakers in our cars for a few years, but "You Get What You Pay For". Were the original speakers blown out?

You could visit Crutchfield.com for some mounting ideas, they have a LOT of information.
Yeah, both driver side speakers are blown out, getting extremely distorted even at ow volumes. I don't want to spend much, found a pair of $25 BOSS speakers on amazon, just gonna get 2 sets of those for a cheap upgrade. Should make a good difference since the current stock speakers are unbearable.
 

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Yeah, both driver side speakers are blown out, getting extremely distorted even at ow volumes. I don't want to spend much, found a pair of $25 BOSS speakers on amazon, just gonna get 2 sets of those for a cheap upgrade. Should make a good difference since the current stock speakers are unbearable.
You can buy the door mounting brackets online--they are cheap and readily available. Bolt the speaker to the adapter, then mount that to the door. Use the speaker harness adapters and it's a done deal.

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