Stunning results and we make sure you get the right speakers for the car, dynamat and instructions on how to install them. My A class is fitted with morels if you want to come and have a listen to them.
Component speakers have seperate tweeters. Decent coax speakers have a tweeter but it is mounted in the middle of the main speaker - i.e both are 2-way. Cheap (old) speakers just have a single speaker and are thus rubbish at high frequencies as no separate tweeter.
You have to take the door-card off, not the speaker grill.
I had to admit defeat and pay a specialist to change over my speakers... it's pretty hard to get the door cards off without the proper tools.. I only had a cheap set of trim tools from Ebay which weren't up to the job... the tools the shop used were pretty heavy duty in comparison.... and mainly comprised of a grip tool that when squeezed by hand opened the other end... would've been impossible without this tool.
Also... the stock speakers are riveted in place.... so they can't be unscrewed as I would've thought with a screwwdriver... they need drilling out which just adds an extra layer to the job.
All 4 speakers took 2 and half hours.... which equates to an all day job for me no doubt.
The new speakers give a huge improvement in sound all running off the standard Audio 20 CD Headunit
Here's the pictures of the job
This end clip broke
Door card off, just disconnect the door handle cable and electric window connection
Reverse of the door card
Here's the 3 rivets holding each speaker in place, these need drilling out
Here's the speaker once out.. it's in a mounting bracket that is no longer used for the new speakers