Jeep Replacement Speaker

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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A Jeep replacement speaker is the perfect accessory for drivers who are as passionate about their tunes as they are about off-roading. There are few things that match the thrill of hard-core off-roading to your own hand-picked soundtrack. Of course, to get the full effect, you need to make sure your Jeep is equipped with a sound system that's up to the task.

Most Jeeps come with a set of five-inch, factory-issued speakers. While these are perfectly fine for tooling around your neighborhood or even highway driving (depending on how fast you're going and whether the windows are up or down), they're not enough to get your tunes pumping over the sound of your engine as your Jeep tackles log piles, steep embankments, and rocky roads. For that kind of sound quality, you need to install a Jeep replacement speaker.

More Info on Your Jeep Replacement Speaker

Before you go out and purchase a new set of speakers, the first thing you need is a sound bar. A sound bar sits on top of your Jeep and latches into your roof. Most manufacturers' sound bars are built to the same quality standards as the Jeep itself, so you can install it with confidence and let it take the same beating you give your vehicle.

The underside of your sound bar is made from neoprene, the same material used to manufacture wet suits (and other accessories such as Jeep seat covers and spare tire hoods), so it's naturally waterproof. Some sound bars even come with lights mounted to them for better visibility. Sound bars come in an array of colors to match whatever color Jeep you're driving, so you'll not only sound great, you'll look great too.

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