2017 Prius Two Speaker Replacement

Discussion in 'Gen 4 Prius Audio and Electronics' started by Kim Elmore, Oct 4, 2021.

  1. Kim Elmore

    Kim Elmore New Member

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    Vehicle:
    2017 Prius
    Model:
    Two
    I recently replace dthe OEM speakers in my 2017 Prius Two. I was dismayed at how dull the OEM speakers sounded and how they lacked any highs. I listen to mainly clasicla music, so I don;t need the kind of bass that lossens the license tag bolts. I had no interest in replacing the head unit as I figure it has pleanty of power for my purposes (I'm guessing maybe 20W per channel?).

    I replaced the front dash coerner (A-pillar) speakers with JBL Club 322F two-way 3 1/2" speakers and both sets of door speakers wuith Kenwood KFC-1696PS 6 1/2" speakers. It's like night and day: all of a sudden I hear scintillating highs, tight midrange and tight bass response. This is well worth the $250 or so all of these cost. It then cost me about $200 to havethem installed. I've never had a good time working with car doors and I didn't want to break something made of unobtainium due to my lack of experience. All well worth the $.
     
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  2. Skavis

    Skavis Junior Member

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    2019 Prius
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    XLE AWD-e
    Thanks for this. Exactly what I was wondering
     
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