Replacing the rear speakers in your older Acura models from 2004 to 2011 is very similar across the board. Acura being the luxury branch of Honda uses advanced audio techniques in most of there models including adding factory amplifiers and subwoofers. Some also come with the option of navigation and rear entertainment.
While you may be satisfied with the overall performance of the system replacing the speakers can add the extra bass/treble/volume you are looking for. The amplified systems in Acura’s use 2ohm drivers and are normally rated for 20 watts. This makes finding a replacement a little tricky as most aftermarket speakers are 4 ohms, so grabbing a random pair of speakers from your local Walmart or auto parts store won’t do. There are various brands that will offer 2ohm speakers but in this demonstration we worked with the next best thing available and in budget for our customer.
We used infinity reference 3 ohm speakers that can be found here https://amzn.to/2N5D7h3. These speakers come with adapters that make the installation a lot easier. We also used speaker connectors to eliminate the need for any soldering or wire cutting. These connectors are universal across all Acura and Honda models. You can find those here. https://amzn.to/2XJj49T
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