I ordered my first set of Polk Audio's MM571 Series speakers, has anyone had any experience with them before? How do they Sound? How do the compare to the factory speakers? Are they worth the mone?
Well you already ordered them so at this point you're the guinea pig and you can tell us. But as it sits, the MM's I've heard are good on added amplifier power, in well deadened/sealed doors. They are going to be less efficient than stock so the factory HU will probably not be a good idea. Once powered up decently, they should sound pretty good. Our doors do not work very well with coaxial speakers because those tweeters are behind thick plastic, and most of their high frequency response is either dumped into the door and reflected, or into your knees and absorbed. That's pretty much all coaxials though.krider450 said:I ordered my first set of Polk Audio's MM571 Series speakers, has anyone had any experience with them before? How do they Sound? How do the compare to the factory speakers? Are they worth the mone?
Well that's not an easy thing to say because there are literally hundreds of brands, and many variables in the equation. Personal preference comes into play, your level of door deadening/sealing, how much power you have, going active or passive, having time alignment or not, having processing ability for EQ or not, going point-source (coaxial) or separate (like tweets in the A-pillar or door sill.)krider450 said:well thanks for the info i ordered them last april lol then i kinda got sidetracked with money so i never bought the second set. Wat would u say is a good speaker for our vehicles?