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2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Hey guys I'm new to the forums, I decided to join up since I'll be expecting a 2001 Honda Prelude on Monday! It's my first car and I'm very excited, paying for it all myself and the thing is in great condition!

The first thing I'll be looking to change is the radio and speaker system, can anyone throw me some input on where I should be looking for speakers, things I should consider before purchasing anything, what I need to know, all of the essentials.

I would really appreciate it, I don't want to screw anything up in the Prelude!

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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Keep it original.
If you want some subs then wire it in through the rear speaker wires.
But if you really must change the speakers then go for whatever you think is good. Always good to keep it all matching so try to get all the same shyt.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

I'm probably gonna end up changing all the speakers as I am a hardcore audiophile, music is my life.

I just have NO idea where I should be looking, where to buy from, good reliable brands and all that good stuff. I went to Best Buy the other day to try and hear some of the speakers but I really couldn't differentiate between all the sound considering all of the speakers were playing the same thing in close proximity so I couldn't get a handle on which speaker was making the noise haha.

I'm not sure about sizes or anything either so if anyone knows anything about sizes that would be very helpful!
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

2 6x9's in the rear deck.
2 6.5" in the doors.

Any sub/amp you want. I went with one 10" and it sounds great.
Brands and wattage are up to the individual.

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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Need a new deck first. That will get you a separate sub so you don't have to tap into the rear speakers. I'm running a 12" Alpine Type-R in a ported box with a Rockford 500.1 amp. Trunk is useless now.

I went with Infinity 6.5" component speakers. Basically need to pull the door panel off and mount the crossover. You have to cut the basket as most speakers are deeper. I have Infinity 6x9" in the rear. Basically just bolt on. Wired it so I kept the mic but most people bypass it then dynamated around where the rear speaker mounts so the sub and 6x9 wouldn't rattle. Then I did the doors as well.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

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Need a new deck first. That will get you a separate sub so you don't have to tap into the rear speakers. I'm running a 12" Alpine Type-R in a ported box with a Rockford 500.1 amp. Trunk is useless now.

I went with Infinity 6.5" component speakers. Basically need to pull the door panel off and mount the crossover. You have to cut the basket as most speakers are deeper. I have Infinity 6x9" in the rear. Basically just bolt on. Wired it so I kept the mic but most people bypass it then dynamated around where the rear speaker mounts so the sub and 6x9 wouldn't rattle. Then I did the doors as well.
Basically what he said. I also have the Infinity Component Speakers in the front and Infinity Loudspeakers in the back. I don't personally see the need for 3 way speakers so 2 ways are nice and you save a few bucks. You should keep the stock wiring just to save yourself a headache.

Oh and yes Dynamat is a must. Our cars aren't very well insulated so you lose a lot of sound.

Also I know its obvious, but a good head unit is a must as well as an Amp. its no fun have a 1100w system with no amp.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

If you are a true audiophile then look into some of the higher quality brands like hertz or focal. Stay away from cheapier best buy or Walmart brand speakers. I would only do a set of components in the front and a sub or two and a really good quality amp. No 6x9 to me they take away from the front speakers.Talk to neverdun or lilmisprelude they cab point you in the right direction.

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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

there are lots of thread on audio on the site, just check out the ICE section and hit up lilmsprelude for any specifics that you don't find. She has a whole DIY thread on audio. Probably more than one...I can't remember off top of my head. But yeah...start with your headunit. Welcome to the forum, btw!! Im like you with the music...it's my life. In fact, its what I'm in school for. Where you from?
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

I'm a big fan of MB Quart and JL but I work at Future Shop (partner of Best Buy) and we don't have those high end products so I basically got all my audio equipment for a steal.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

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there are lots of thread on audio on the site, just check out the ICE section and hit up lilmsprelude for any specifics that you don't find. She has a whole DIY thread on audio. Probably more than one...I can't remember off top of my head. But yeah...start with your headunit. Welcome to the forum, btw!! Im like you with the music...it's my life. In fact, its what I'm in school for. Where you from?
Thanks for the information bud, I'll definitely check it out. I'm from Woodland Park, New Jersey.

I don't study music but it controls my life, I always have music with me and if I don't I try and make my own music haha.

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I'm a big fan of MB Quart and JL but I work at Future Shop (partner of Best Buy) and we don't have those high end products so I basically got all my audio equipment for a steal.
Well I would love to invest in some of the higher end stuff but I'm only 17 years old and am making around $100 a week so my budget is a little limited.

What I had planned was to just take out the existing speakers located in the Prelude and simply swap out each and every one of them with a higher quality brand and install my own little head unit.

Any recommendations on a good versatile unit? I saw all the little flashy ones at Best Buy, some caught my eye but I really am not all that concerned with how it looks. What's more important to me is the functionality of the product.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Power Acoustik is a good brand for a fair price. I've been using them for years and have never had a problem. Their prices vary on performance. I spent about $450 and have an entire setup in my accord. Included Two 12" subs at 1800watts rms, a box, a 5 farad capacitor, 4000watt class D mono block amp, 450watt 6*9, 280watt 6.5, and the complete wire kit. You could spend $250 and still have a good setup. You can find them either on ebay or amazon. Good luck.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Awesome, if you guys have systems in mind on amazon please feel free to post them up! I have Amazon Prime so getting some free shipping on some nice speakers would be great haha.

We got a local stereo and speaker store so I'm going to go check out a lot of the aftermarket speakers and decide on something.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

I'm running a Sony Xplod cd mp3 player, alpine 6.5 2ways in the doors . Sony xplod 6x9 3 way in the rear. Kicker 125x2 on a Punch DVC 10" in a small sealed box. Hits great and gets very loud in the car. Perfect for having the windows down, doing 70mph and still getting great sound, with plenty more to go on the volume knob.

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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Im running an Alpine head & Alpine Speakers front and rear, you WILL notice a difference imediatly. I would do that first and if you still need more look towards a sub. im running a JL 13.5 Sub with a JL XD300/1 amp, but like andrewcjduong my trunk is pretty much useless because my box is so big. The speakers though are simple to install and you can save some money.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

The only problem I'm facing with my 1997 lude, is the complete lack of bass from the door, there's a massive need for work on the door, to make them a bit more heavy.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Alright I got the Prelude! I'm so happy and excited to get things started!

I'm actually going to Vegas in like four hours so pictures will have to wait till' after the trip but rest assured I will post a lot of pictures. Thanks for all of the input guys, I really appreciate it!
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

In my personal opinion, the equipment you buy should depend on your goal for the system (ie, do you like to listen to your music, shake the crap out of everything within earshot or win dB comps?) and the sort of music you like to listen to (ie, you probably don't need 2x12s in the trunk if you like to listen to acid jazz or Mozart).

Plan your build, don't go out and buy bits because they are cheap - when it comes to car audio you almost always get exactly what you pay for. Planning also helps ensure you don't buy things twice. Personally I've been through 3 different subwoofer/amp setups in the past few years because I bought what I could get a good deal on at the time, not worrying about what I actually wanted. Do you need trunk space? When we designed my subwoofer enclosure we measured out how much space I would need for my golf gear (I like to play golf you see) to fit, and built the enclosure to that constraint. A by-product of this was a setup that ensures easy access to the spare tyre in case of emergency (even if I have nowhere to put the flat) Either way, think of what you will use the car for on a day to day basis.

Don't be afraid to interchange brands, buy the best quality deck, splits, mids, subs and amps in your budget regardless of brand. Same brand setups don't sound any better than similar systems made up of different brands.

Don't skimp on cabling, fittings or other small meaningless items. They do make a difference!

Don't be afraid to ask questions, we were all there once.

Be wary of people who harp on continuously about one brand over another. Car audio companies are great at building up brand loyalty for no apparant reason.

Have somebody who knows what they're doing tune the system when complete (even if you pieced it together yourself). We pay good money for experts to tune our engines or suspension, yet for some reason so many think thier ear is good enough to tune their stereo (if indeed they do at all)
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

I google'd such an interesting thread you guys actually made me sign up!

I just got a new Honda Prelude 2000 stock, pretty 'dece but the clutch is very light and i'm new to manual so yes I'm running in the clutch too soon

I wanna get a more trebblee sound and I was checking out futureshop/bestbuy. I bought a kenwood KDC-348U , really good audio deck has 3 outputs for amps and stuff. I am buying cheap harness + chassis kit online and now I wanna get some decent products and wonder what I'm better off doing... The salesman was trying to hook me up with a deal he said including warranty, cables and prices he would drop if I get the installation there. So it would still be a LOT but they have some okay products that I guess I should buy but should I just get everything I need online for deals and come back just for the installation? What's suggested?

I honestly just want to get a strong amp, maybe 1 small sub to post up against back of trunk wall, (I am the type who likes clear, treble sound (dub, house)) How do you find the stock speakers? Should I slowly get front and back speakers replaced or will I be happy with what I'm getting, I'll love you if you give me good suggestions!!

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In my opinion the stock speakers are garbage. For a car optioned from the factory with a so called "premium" sound system they are disappointing in every way.

Many shops won't warrant equipment unless they install it, or a "qualified" technition so if warranty worries you then look into that. As I said above, think long and hard about what you really want before spending your cash.
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

sweet, some feedback :)

Yeah I do have to consider the speakers now, I'm thinking good AMP good speakers. I first want to only get 2 front speakers, amp and 1 sub. I think i'll keep back 2 speakers plugged into a channel or each a seperate channel. Eventually I'll have 4 speakers, amp, 1 sub and my nice audio deck. If I only wanna get twin speakers for the front and an amp for now how much will that run me already? Haven't considered good cabling if it really makes a difference? Not sure what honda used stock as cables...?
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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Your audio system in stock form is pretty good but could use some modern updating. The special high current (with transistors current = "power") 2 ohm,microphone equipped rear speakers and a box in the trunk make up a special mono ,feedback controlled, base only sound system that puts out pretty good low frequency sounds as long as your not interested in an having a sound amplitude necessary to terrorize your neighborhood and/or a desire to go deaf.The front speakers unfortunately are not capable of handling the stock amps power and need to be replaced. The paper speakers tend to go bad over time in the sometimes damp environment of the inside of a door.This may be a reason why some people think the stock sound system sucks, because unlike me, they never had a chance to hear it when the car was new.. The paper speakers in the trunk seem to hold up well over time.Also unlike newer radios , their is no way to mate your IPOD to the radio.So here is what I did.

I purchased and installed speakers like the ones shown below in the front doors and they really helped bring up the sound level and quality of my stock amplifier.

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I purchased this POD interface adapter that fully interfaces my POD with my radio including the ability to control some POD functions using the radio controls.The device plugs into the stock radios accessory CD changer jack in the rear of the radio and the device then tricks the stock radio into thinking that the POD is a CD changer.As a bonus ,I found that this interface device does a much better job of driving the finial audio stage in my stock amp and the graphic equalizer in the POD further enhances the audio coming out of the stock amp.The control box mounts neatly inside the dash under the radio with a single cable that sends/receives data and provides power coming out to to your POD .With this set up I can listen to music and watch music videos and even shows like South Park and the Chapel Show if I feel so inclined. When deciding how to update your sound system ,don't forget how important content is to your listening experience.



My personal experience with aftermarket radios has not been a good one.
They are not as durable and long lasting as stock radios in most cases.
Also I get annoyed when I hear squeaks and rattles in my cars.In the past after installing stock radios with aftermarket units that use various kits to make them fit in the stock location ,they have tended to rattle and make undesirable noises that sometime are hard to stop, and in the case of a Pioneer unit I had in my 2nd gen Prelude I once had , pissed me off.So if your interested in having a drama free car , I would think first about improving what you have in stock form before considering other options.




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Re: 2001 Honda Prelude Speakers

Thanks for all the awesome replies, here is a picture of the Prelude (not all that good unfortunately);



I'll get better ones soon.
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