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Old 10-01-2018, 10:51 PM
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I am going to be replacing all the speakers in my 2015 mustang v6 and was wondering if anyone can tell me how many speakers there are and the sizes they are and where i can find the amp they are connected to if there is one. I looked online and found that there are 6 speakers in the car but i would just like someone to confirm.
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Old 10-01-2018, 11:31 PM
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you should consult mishri on such a matter
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Have you tried yelling at them?
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This should be in the audio section. I'll move it.
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Originally Posted by mikeabner75 View Post
I am going to be replacing all the speakers in my 2015 mustang v6 and was wondering if anyone can tell me how many speakers there are and the sizes they are and where i can find the amp they are connected to if there is one. I looked online and found that there are 6 speakers in the car but i would just like someone to confirm.
If your setup is like all mustangs 2005 to 2014 with six speakers then you'll have two in each door and two either in the rear deck (of a coupe) or one next to each passenger in the rear trim panel (Vert).

The front door speakers would be a subwoofer (a 8" shallow mount + a 6x8" full range). The rears would be 6x8 full range as well.

Just a guess.

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Originally Posted by Derf00 View Post
If your setup is like all mustangs 2005 to 2014 with six speakers then you'll have two in each door and two either in the rear deck (of a coupe) or one next to each passenger in the rear trim panel (Vert).

The front door speakers would be a subwoofer (a 8" shallow mount + a 6x8" full range). The rears would be 6x8 full range as well.

Just a guess.
Yes, it is a guess. They're totally different now.

Base:
6.5" ROUND Full Range Front door speakers now.
6.5" ROUND Full Range in the back.
"A" Pillar Tweeters
No Amp

Nine and PRO:
Single AMP -vs- all the separate ones, for the 9 & 12 speaker systems.
Two more door speakers to separate low and mids (9)
Front center speaker for voice clarity (9)
Trunk mounted Sub (PRO)
Coaxial 6.5" Rears (instead of single cone), with tweeter, in back, with 12 speaker (PRO)

You have three choices:
Base, Nine, Twelve(PRO).

EASILY looked up on-line, O.P.
https://www.autoevolution.com/news/2...ard-85174.html
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