Some cursory searching didn't turn up anything, but if I missed a relevant thread, my apologies in advance and please direct me there. I went out of town for two weeks and allowed my ex who was house-sitting for me to drive my 2005 Prius. I came back to discover a blown front right speaker. He said he'd somehow bumped the volume knob on power-off of the stereo, so the next time he turned it on it blasted at full volume. The other speakers appear to be okay. I have the premium JBL speaker package so I don't know if that complicates my repair/replacement options. IIUC, each door has a sub/midrange speaker and a tweeter, and afaik, only the front right sub/mid speaker is dead. I think I should either: replace the blown speaker with an identical matching speaker. replace both the front main speakers with similar or superior speakers. replace all four main speakers with superior speakers. While I appreciate audiophile-quality "phenomenal" sound, I've mellowed over the last decade and am willing to accept "very nice" sound that's free from obvious distortion or coloring. What I don't know is how having separate tweeters affects my choices and decisions. Is the amp sending full-range sound to the main door speakers or is it rolled off at the high frequencies? Is there any detriment to installing full-range speakers in the doors? Will the tweeters in full-range door speakers compete or clash with the JBL tweeters or cause an overly bright or harsh sound? I'd love to hear how any of you might go about solving the problem of a blown front door speaker in a Prius with the JBL "premium" sound package. I'll state at the outset that I'm not interested in making extensive mods or having the result be cosmetically or functionally different (i.e. window issues, protruding speaker grilles, etc.). Thanks in advance for all input!