Just thought I'd share a cool pic with you of my front tweeter replacement.
These are SEAS 27TAFNC/G, available here:
A very high end tweeter at a bargain price for the performance. All I had to do was shave the stock hole in the door just a little with a thin box cutter type knife, and it's a perfect snap-in fit. I think they look pretty cool, and sound awesome too.
I paired them with these woofers, also very high end sound at a bargain price:
These are a virtual drop-in in the stock woofer location - you'll need to drill a few extra screw holes in the plastic cut-out, and they don't fit perfectly flush, but it's only a millimeter or so of space.
This is a great upgrade to the factory speakers, and because the factory amp has a built-in crossover I didn't use any crossover components. The sound is terrific and makes driving the GXP just that much more enjoyable.
Now to the rear speakers - after I decide to take all the pieces out of the back to get to them, I plan on using an even less expensive tweeter with equivalent performance:
Since there is no surface-mount tweerter cutouts for the rears, the new tweets will be mounted down inside on a Scosche 6x9 conversion plate, along with a pair of the same woofers I'm using up front, so I'll be saving some money by going with these non-surface mount tweets, and getting the same quality sound.
I'm planning on keeping the factory 6x9s as subs, because they have such great bass - I'm just going to move them into the trunk and drop them into boxes.
The question I have for you guys is, are the rears also a 2-way design, with separate woofer and tweeter (and thus amp crossover)? Or are they just a single 6x9 fullrange? I'll still be able to use my design, but the separates make hooking things up easier.
Hope you enjoyed the pic, and thanks!