Jeeps are famous for their ruggedness. Since they were first manufactured, they have been used in war, construction, and fun-factory. So, it only makes sense that they need some space to move around in.
That is why there are Speaker Mounting Racks available for Jeeps. They allow you to install speakers in your Jeep without having to worry about removing the floorpan or replacing it with a subwoofer setup. These mounts can come in several sizes so that you do not get stuck with a small speaker and no way to extend the sound quality.
The correct size mount should be able to hold the speaker safely without being too bulky or difficult to remove.
2) 7” speakers
If you are looking at speakers for your jeep, there are two major sizes of 7-inch speakers. The smaller size is the 5/15-inch size. These are the ones that have the smaller diameter speaker housing.
The larger size is the 1-5/8-inch size. This size has a larger diameter housing which allows for more space to place it. The downside to the one and five eight inch size speakers is that they require a power source to work.
3) 8” speakers
A less common size for speakers is 8 inches. This is because with 8-inch speakers, you have to place a non-standard sized antenna in the back of the vehicle.
Otherwise, your vehicle would not allow enough space to fit a speaker in the front and another in the back. Same goes for rear speakers!
Because of this, many smaller speaker companies times their products differently. For example, Alesis times its audio units by length rather than width which is what looks like a dot.
8-inchers can sometimes look like a solid block of metal with nothing on it except for the loudspeaker inside.
4) 9” speakers
There are several 9” speaker sizes available for speakers. The smaller of these size usually is not referred to as a speaker because it does not have enough space to carry out its sound.
The larger of these size usually is classified as a sub-woofer due to its size. These are the ones that typically have a deeper sound. Both can be used in the same vehicle, just one must be plugged into the other.
Sub-woofers usually do not carry out very well in vehicles where the seats are low or where there is little intrusion protection. If you have those things, then this vehicle has you covered!
These speakers tend to be more expensive but also more robust and powerful.
5) 10” speakers
A very small size of speakers is 10”, which is the size of a jeep wrangler wangler rear seat speaker.
Most 10” speakers are not even convertible, which means they cannot be placed in between the floor and the ceiling. This is important, as some 10” speakers have!
In order for a speaker to be classified as a 10”, it must have a diameter of 7/8 of an inch, and must be able to fit inside of a jeep wrangler jk speaker housing. With this being said, there are some benefits to using a smaller sized speaker.
The first benefit to using a smaller sized speaker is that it cost more money to buy. Since there were more cost factors taken into account when determining which speakers were fitted into the jeep wrangler jk speakers, there were slightly more expensive ones used.
6) 12” speakers
The smallest speakers you can install in a Jeep are 12”. If you have a large screen or TV, then you can add more pairs of speakers!
Most 14” and 15” speakers have a maximum power output of 15-20 watts per channel, which is not enough to fill a room. With only 15 watts per channel, you cannot expect very deep bass or strong treble.
You can still buy 12” speakers that are under $10, so if you are looking for budget friendly speakers, these will work! Most places sell them at around $7-8 each, making them an easy purchase.
13in speakers do not have the same size measurement as 20w amp headphones. The smaller end fits into a speaker box or cabinetry unit with about 5 screws and clips, and the larger end sits on top of the speaker unit. This is due to the size of the drivers in those units.
7) Component speaker system
The last option is to use a component speaker system. This can be great if you do not want or need the standard sub-woofer and second sub-woofer. It can also help save money compared to a standard system because you do not have to purchase the two separate sub-woofers or two speakers.
These components can include a full-range driver, bass-refusers, and/or passive speakers. With this setup, the driver of the component sits on top of the vehicle speaker grid and receives power from the car audio system. The bass-refusers help attenuate any noise that may get through the driver’s ears.
With this setup, drivers can hear sounds very well because they are just above their ears and not drowned out by other sounds.
itenter 6.5” Speakers
A 6.5” speaker is the equivalent of a 7-8 fl oz bottle of water. That is a huge amount of sound!
Those small speakers are not easy to install. You must use a tool for this and have some experience with it. Some people use a ¼ inch socket for this and itwork, but we suggest using a much larger one if you do.
Once installed, these smaller speakers can be very useful. Creating power can be difficult with such small speakers, but adding more depth to your audio. This can help prevent ear fatigue, making you feel more engaged in the driver’s or passenger’s audio content.
6.5” speakers are the most common size for a Jeep Wrangler speaker installation
A 6.5” speaker is a good size for a Jeep Wrangler coach installation coach
Jeep’s are popular vehicles that get lots of traffic in installations coach. This can be a big bonus and factor in purchasing a speaker for your jeep!
Since speakers are hard to install, you will need to have some experience installing speakers in order to do the correct installation. There are two types of speakers: passive and active.