I went ahead and switched out the doors and dash speakers with jbl gto938's and 328's. Though they are not full range in the doors I can definitely tell a difference. The 3.5's sound awesome and highs are no longer drowned out by my subwoofer. I would recommend anyone with a Boston 6 speaker to switch out at least the dash speakers and if you want a little more bass switch the doors too.
12' Rallye Redline
2014 R/T BLACKTOP
91 Octane Diablosport Tune
MBRP Cool Duals Catback
SpeedLogix 4 Point Front Strut Brace
SpeedLogix 4 Point Rear Strut Brace
SpeedLogix Catch Can
Challenger Script Badges
Mopar Pistol Grip Shifter
Mopar Bright Pedals
RPI Stealth Splash Guards
Webelectric Sequential Tail lights
Jbl gto938 6x9 Speakers
Jbl gto328 3.5 Speakers
Jbl gto638 6.5 Speakers
Hifonics Brutus 1200w amp
Pioneer Champion Series Pro 12" Subwoofer
Good info in these topics! Ceri, you're very helpful, indeed!
Now that the weather has risen above 20-degrees here in New England, I'll pop outside to turn over the HEMI and pop a few trim pieces off to see if I have a 4-speaker or 6-speaker system. I'll look for that amp too. Strange, but I'm hoping my R/T has a VERY basic sound system to let me simply purchase some 3-way speakers for the rear, some 2-way speakers for the doors and possibly something in the dash. Technology is such a P.I.T.A.
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