Speaker Upgrade in a Landrover Defender
A speaker upgrade in a Landrover Defender is a must for anyone living in Sheffield. For any people that own a Defender, you will all know how poor the vehicle sounds. They aren’t necessarily built for audio quality. They generally have a set of 4″ speakers in the bottom of the dashboard facing the floor and the odd ones then have a tweeter on top of the dashboard firing at the windscreen. These systems both lack quality, volume, clarity and just about anything good in a speaker system. Most Landrover Defenders in Sheffield don’t even have any rear speakers. Replacing the speakers is a fairly simple task. Using a more substantial speaker you can gain a far superior sound quality to the factory speakers.
If you want a big improvement to your Landrover Defender, then we recommend a set of 3 way component speakers. Also, in the rear a set of 6.50″ coaxial speakers to the roof area. Doing this upgrade will give you audio for the rear of the vehicle as well as a big jump in quality for the front of the vehicle. A front set of 3 way components consist of a dedicated 6.50″ midbass driver, a 4″ midrange driver and a tweeter. All the speakers are fitted neatly to the vehicle, with no detriment to the interior. The rear 6.50″ coaxial speakers are secured to the roof area to give a rear surround sound.
What’s Your Budget?
A speaker upgrade in a Landrover Defender can cover most budgets, depending on the quality of sound you are after. If rear speakers don’t interest you, then you could spend more money on the front speaker upgrade. This would benefit the sound in the front of the vehicle, which is the most important seat in the vehicle. This is because it’s the driver is the one spending the money on the improvements.
In addition to speakers, another improvement to the sound quality of the vehicle would be to use some soundproofing material. This will quieten down the vehicle and help to reduce road noise inside the cabin area.
One more improvement would be to add an amplifier to the speakers to give them extra power. This in turn would give much better quality, clarity of sound and more volume.