• BOSS Audio Systems BRS5768 80 Watt, 5 x 7  6 x 8 Inch Duo-Fit, Full Range, Replacement Car Speaker - Sold Individually
BOSS Audio Systems BRS5768 80 Watt, 5 x 7  6 x 8 Inch Duo-Fit, Full Range, Replacement Car Speaker - Sold Individually

BOSS Audio Systems BRS5768 80 Watt, 5 x 7 6 x 8 Inch Duo-Fit, Full Range, Replacement Car Speaker - Sold Individually

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  • Impedance: 4 Ohms, Frequency Response: 100 Hz - 18 kHz, Sensitivity: 84 dB
  • Cone: Polypropylene, Voice Coil: 1 Inch Aluminum
  • Surround: Foam, Basket: Stamped
  • Dimensions: Depth 8.6" x Width 5.5" x Height 2.2", Weight Per Pair: 1.5 Lbs.
  • 3 Year Platinum Online Dealer Warranty

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One of the speakers blew after only a month of use! I installed them in my 2007 Chevy Express Van. And little over a month later the right side speaker blew and was making rattle sound. The Pioneer stereo I paired them with was factory and they were not hooked to any amp etc. Plus about the only thing I was using them for was talk radio! So no heavy bass or etc. I would recommend to anyone wanting to purchase these to look elsewhere. 2Proof is in the puddingI put one of these in a 5 watt Sawtooth Rise amp and let me tell you what , the Rise amp was terrible! When I finally plugged the amp in with new boss speaker I shocked the whole room , Omg! Rock and Roll man! This little amp is a jewel now! The breakup is so pleasing and sweet, everyone loves it and a few are offering cash, I am not selling, but you better get. Rise amp and this speaker, I'm going to buy them all and start building amps!5Great Upgrade for Vintage VehicleThese Boss Audio 3.5" speakers are a perfect fit and a real upgrade for my vintage 1984 vehicle. These pair very nicely with the CT Sounds Bio 5x7 Inch 2 Way Silk Dome Coaxial Car Speakers CT Sounds Bio 5x7 Inch 2 Way Silk Dome Coaxial Car Speakers (Pair) that went in the backlight deck. I listen to a wide variety of music, from Big Band to classic and modern rock. These have good clarity and nice separation. Occasionally they will blat a little with lower frequencies and would probably benefit from some bass blockers, which I didn't bother with. I will likely add some in the near future. My stereo is a pioneer, 14 watts right off the head unit, no extra amps or anything. Not sure how these would handle high powered equipment, but they are plenty loud enough for me.5To my delight, they sound way better than I ever thought ... These went under the dash in a 1960 Chevy pickup. They were really cheap, so I expected really cheap. They are being run by the 8-track that still works. To my delight, they sound way better than I ever thought $5 speakers could sound. Do they sound like the Polk Audio system I have in my DD? Not even freakin' close, but those were not $5. I gave these a 5-star rating because they are great FOR WHAT THEY ARE, cheap $5 speakers. I did not expect them to sound like $150 speakers, but they sound like incredible $5 for sure. Perfect for my application. 5Ten DollarsI used this inexpensive speaker to replace a damaged woofer in a surround sound speaker that I bought back in 1995. I was going to throw two speakers in the garbage because one didn't work. But, with my $10 replacement woofer found a use for the speakers in my garage. The sound quality it not has good as what I had before since it was a woofer from a home theater system. The materials used in the other woofer were slightly better, and the magnet was much larger and heavier. Nonetheless, for my immediate needs, the cheaper speaker is just right. Since I am using a subwoofer, a center channel speaker, and tiny surround sound speakers, you can't tell that the woofer in one of my front left and right speakers is different. I am the only one who is aware of this fact since I am the one who replaced the woofer. Unless you have a very demanding application in mind, this $10 solution will probably work for you.5Does Not Work With Pontiac G8This does not work in my 2008 Pontiac G8 as the vehicle fit indicator said. The speaker is about half of an inch too small. I can screw this speaker into one of the mounting holes, but not the other.Also, the positive and negative terminals do not work with factory wiring. A speaker with two positive and negative terminals is needed like the factory speaker as well as a wire adapter. That is if you intend on retaining the factory plugs.I gave 3 stars to both the value for money and sound quality as I was unable to test these. The easy of install is a one star because of the lack of information provided by Amazons vehicle fit information and needing to either cut or buy an adapter for this speaker.1Not exactly compatible for my vehicle In searching for a replacement speaker for my 2006 Toyota Highlander, both compatibility and cost are important to me. While the BOSE speaker appears to be functionally equivalent to the original JBL speaker and the cost was very good, the plastic ring that came with the BOSE speaker served no useful purpose and did not help with the installation. I eventually "adapted" the speaker to the original mounting hardware and got the speaker installed, but in my judgment, "saying the speaker fits my vehicle" was not correct. 2Loud & Proud :)My Logitech computer 4" subwoofer after 10-years of blasting finally blew it's wad :( so I bought this little replacement subwoofer for it and I have to tell you the factory sub sucked chrome compared to this little beast! Sounds more like my bedroom high dollar Polk Audio 5-1/4 bookshelf set. P.s.-----> to all the idiots leaving bad reviews about this little sub being sold individually need to learn how to read the English language first before popping off out the mouth. This RedNeck didn't have a problem understanding that :)5Good enough qiality for low price$18 with taxes for 2 new speakers - are you kidding me? This is awesome! I am not a pro in sound, but I can tell they are definitely better than old ones I had. I wanted a replacement for my old crackling speakers and I had no illusions as these are cheap and I was ready for issues, but there were no issues at all. It took me an hour to connect them though as I didn't have connectors for them, but this is not about the quality of speakers themselves, of cause. Sound is OK, no noise and rattling, I hear middle and high frequencies, it doesn't irritate me anymore. I am very satisfied taking into the account the price.5Horrible Speaker and SetupAlthough Amazon says this fits a Toyota Sienna, it does not. It comes with NO connectors, no screws to use with the flimsy plastic "gasket", no instructions on how it could possibly fit a vehicle, nothing...Although NOT shown in the Amazon product image, there is a flimsy plastic gasket you MUST use because the speaker does not line up with the existing speaker holes on the Toyota Sienna (Amazon says it does - it doesn't). Take a close look at the gasket whoever BOSS is provides... there is no way to turn it so that it is even possible to line up with the speaker holes on the vehicle (which you won't learn until your door is completely taken apart).This is one of the worst products I've ever purchased from Amazon, I have NO idea how anyone has given it more than a 1-star rating, their instructions - as well as any wire connectors or screws to connect to their "gasket" - are non-existent, and (worst of all) you will not find this out until you've completely taken your door panel apart.I hope this review saves someone the hassle purchasing this junk is putting me through right now, I'm off to a local store to buy a replacement speaker that will fit...1Speaker of the House--or at least the ham shackAfter searching for a replacement speaker for the speaker enclosure for my vintage 1955 Hammarlund short-wave receiver, I finally stumbled on this one. The speaker for the Hammarlund enclosure was actually a bit larger so I purchased a piece of 1/8th inch thick oak at a home improvement store, cut out a hole the size of the Boss 6.5" speaker and its mounting holes then painted the part which would show through the metal grille semi-gloss black. It has great sound and should last for years and years with its polypropylene cone.5Replacing a legendary blown home audio speakerFirst off, note that this review section lumps 8 totally different speakers together that are for sale on this page. You need to look carefully at the fine print above each review to know which model is being reviewed because what s true about one speaker won t be true about another. To be clear, my review is for the 5.25 model BRS52 round speaker.A large percentage of people looking at these speakers are buying them as car replacement speakers, and all of the models are well-suited for that. Generally this brand is very popular. My situation is a little different; I have a pair of 30 year-old Advent Mini bookshelf speakers in which the rubber that surrounds the cone had literally disintegrated with age. These little speakers are legendary; it seems the now long-gone Advent company hit on some magic formula for making a very compact speaker sound amazingly good. I am using them for the front channel pair for my 7.3 home theater surround sound system because the speakers have an uncanny ability to define and localize sounds that are specific to the front channel, notably dialogue. Plus the speaker cabinets have real wood trim, look retro-great and take up very little space.Using these speakers in a home-theater system puts a different demand on the quality and sound of the main driver (mid-range/woofer) than in a vehicle. With the original manufacturer of my speakers long gone I was faced with the challenge of finding a replacement speaker that is no deeper than 2.5 because of the very shallow cabinet Advent used. Almost all 5.25 diameter replacement speakers I could find are 3 or more, so they literally would not fit into the cabinet. The BRS52 speakers manage to be shallow in depth but still have a very large magnet. When I installed them into the Advent Mini speakers it was a perfect fit. By the way, before I opened the cabinet on the Advents I was expecting some kind of exotic speaker inside, but in reality it looks pretty ordinary and generic to me.But how would a 7 dollar speaker sound to replace the original speaker that had such a lustrous reputation for amazing sound? I am very impressed. That familiar warm full-bodied sound is still there with a little more oomph to it that is complimentary to today s more aggressive TV and movie soundtracks. Not only did buying these replacements save me from throwing away an otherwise good speaker set but having to settle for one of the very few mini-bookshelf speakers being sold today, and a good pair would likely have been in the 300-500 buck range.Whether you re using them in your vehicle or as a home audio replacement speaker these are a top-notch choice. Note that the seller is very clear that these are sold individually, that s stated at least 5 times in the ad copy. A seller would have no way of knowing if someone needs 1, 10 or 100 speakers so don t assume that all speakers are automatically sold in pairs.No, these aren't the best replacement speakers you can buy but they may be the best value for the price and that's why I recommend them.5Great little Full Range speaker that sounds incredible!I have this old, 1970s globe speaker I use in the garage for playing music while I work. I noticed the sound coming from it was distorted and flat. I finally took it apart and found the rubber support baffle for the cone had deteriorated and was effecting the sound.I searched Amazon for a close replacement and found this speaker. I have to say it fits PERFECTLY into the original mounts of the globe speaker and it sounds incredible.5
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One of the speakers blew after only a month of use! I installed them in my 2007 Chevy Express Van. And little over a month later the right side speaker blew and was making rattle sound. The Pioneer stereo I paired them with was factory and they were not hooked to any amp etc. Plus about the only thing I was using them for was talk radio! So no heavy bass or etc. I would recommend to anyone wanting to purchase these to look elsewhere. 2Proof is in the puddingI put one of these in a 5 watt Sawtooth Rise amp and let me tell you what , the Rise amp was terrible! When I finally plugged the amp in with new boss speaker I shocked the whole room , Omg! Rock and Roll man! This little amp is a jewel now! The breakup is so pleasing and sweet, everyone loves it and a few are offering cash, I am not selling, but you better get. Rise amp and this speaker, I'm going to buy them all and start building amps!5Great Upgrade for Vintage VehicleThese Boss Audio 3.5" speakers are a perfect fit and a real upgrade for my vintage 1984 vehicle. These pair very nicely with the CT Sounds Bio 5x7 Inch 2 Way Silk Dome Coaxial Car Speakers CT Sounds Bio 5x7 Inch 2 Way Silk Dome Coaxial Car Speakers (Pair) that went in the backlight deck. I listen to a wide variety of music, from Big Band to classic and modern rock. These have good clarity and nice separation. Occasionally they will blat a little with lower frequencies and would probably benefit from some bass blockers, which I didn't bother with. I will likely add some in the near future. My stereo is a pioneer, 14 watts right off the head unit, no extra amps or anything. Not sure how these would handle high powered equipment, but they are plenty loud enough for me.5To my delight, they sound way better than I ever thought ... These went under the dash in a 1960 Chevy pickup. They were really cheap, so I expected really cheap. They are being run by the 8-track that still works. To my delight, they sound way better than I ever thought $5 speakers could sound. Do they sound like the Polk Audio system I have in my DD? Not even freakin' close, but those were not $5. I gave these a 5-star rating because they are great FOR WHAT THEY ARE, cheap $5 speakers. I did not expect them to sound like $150 speakers, but they sound like incredible $5 for sure. Perfect for my application. 5Ten DollarsI used this inexpensive speaker to replace a damaged woofer in a surround sound speaker that I bought back in 1995. I was going to throw two speakers in the garbage because one didn't work. But, with my $10 replacement woofer found a use for the speakers in my garage. The sound quality it not has good as what I had before since it was a woofer from a home theater system. The materials used in the other woofer were slightly better, and the magnet was much larger and heavier. Nonetheless, for my immediate needs, the cheaper speaker is just right. Since I am using a subwoofer, a center channel speaker, and tiny surround sound speakers, you can't tell that the woofer in one of my front left and right speakers is different. I am the only one who is aware of this fact since I am the one who replaced the woofer. Unless you have a very demanding application in mind, this $10 solution will probably work for you.5Does Not Work With Pontiac G8This does not work in my 2008 Pontiac G8 as the vehicle fit indicator said. The speaker is about half of an inch too small. I can screw this speaker into one of the mounting holes, but not the other.Also, the positive and negative terminals do not work with factory wiring. A speaker with two positive and negative terminals is needed like the factory speaker as well as a wire adapter. That is if you intend on retaining the factory plugs.I gave 3 stars to both the value for money and sound quality as I was unable to test these. The easy of install is a one star because of the lack of information provided by Amazons vehicle fit information and needing to either cut or buy an adapter for this speaker.1Not exactly compatible for my vehicle In searching for a replacement speaker for my 2006 Toyota Highlander, both compatibility and cost are important to me. While the BOSE speaker appears to be functionally equivalent to the original JBL speaker and the cost was very good, the plastic ring that came with the BOSE speaker served no useful purpose and did not help with the installation. I eventually "adapted" the speaker to the original mounting hardware and got the speaker installed, but in my judgment, "saying the speaker fits my vehicle" was not correct. 2Loud & Proud :)My Logitech computer 4" subwoofer after 10-years of blasting finally blew it's wad :( so I bought this little replacement subwoofer for it and I have to tell you the factory sub sucked chrome compared to this little beast! Sounds more like my bedroom high dollar Polk Audio 5-1/4 bookshelf set. P.s.-----> to all the idiots leaving bad reviews about this little sub being sold individually need to learn how to read the English language first before popping off out the mouth. This RedNeck didn't have a problem understanding that :)5Good enough qiality for low price$18 with taxes for 2 new speakers - are you kidding me? This is awesome! I am not a pro in sound, but I can tell they are definitely better than old ones I had. I wanted a replacement for my old crackling speakers and I had no illusions as these are cheap and I was ready for issues, but there were no issues at all. It took me an hour to connect them though as I didn't have connectors for them, but this is not about the quality of speakers themselves, of cause. Sound is OK, no noise and rattling, I hear middle and high frequencies, it doesn't irritate me anymore. I am very satisfied taking into the account the price.5Horrible Speaker and SetupAlthough Amazon says this fits a Toyota Sienna, it does not. It comes with NO connectors, no screws to use with the flimsy plastic "gasket", no instructions on how it could possibly fit a vehicle, nothing...Although NOT shown in the Amazon product image, there is a flimsy plastic gasket you MUST use because the speaker does not line up with the existing speaker holes on the Toyota Sienna (Amazon says it does - it doesn't). Take a close look at the gasket whoever BOSS is provides... there is no way to turn it so that it is even possible to line up with the speaker holes on the vehicle (which you won't learn until your door is completely taken apart).This is one of the worst products I've ever purchased from Amazon, I have NO idea how anyone has given it more than a 1-star rating, their instructions - as well as any wire connectors or screws to connect to their "gasket" - are non-existent, and (worst of all) you will not find this out until you've completely taken your door panel apart.I hope this review saves someone the hassle purchasing this junk is putting me through right now, I'm off to a local store to buy a replacement speaker that will fit...1Speaker of the House--or at least the ham shackAfter searching for a replacement speaker for the speaker enclosure for my vintage 1955 Hammarlund short-wave receiver, I finally stumbled on this one. The speaker for the Hammarlund enclosure was actually a bit larger so I purchased a piece of 1/8th inch thick oak at a home improvement store, cut out a hole the size of the Boss 6.5" speaker and its mounting holes then painted the part which would show through the metal grille semi-gloss black. It has great sound and should last for years and years with its polypropylene cone.5Replacing a legendary blown home audio speakerFirst off, note that this review section lumps 8 totally different speakers together that are for sale on this page. You need to look carefully at the fine print above each review to know which model is being reviewed because what s true about one speaker won t be true about another. To be clear, my review is for the 5.25 model BRS52 round speaker.A large percentage of people looking at these speakers are buying them as car replacement speakers, and all of the models are well-suited for that. Generally this brand is very popular. My situation is a little different; I have a pair of 30 year-old Advent Mini bookshelf speakers in which the rubber that surrounds the cone had literally disintegrated with age. These little speakers are legendary; it seems the now long-gone Advent company hit on some magic formula for making a very compact speaker sound amazingly good. I am using them for the front channel pair for my 7.3 home theater surround sound system because the speakers have an uncanny ability to define and localize sounds that are specific to the front channel, notably dialogue. Plus the speaker cabinets have real wood trim, look retro-great and take up very little space.Using these speakers in a home-theater system puts a different demand on the quality and sound of the main driver (mid-range/woofer) than in a vehicle. With the original manufacturer of my speakers long gone I was faced with the challenge of finding a replacement speaker that is no deeper than 2.5 because of the very shallow cabinet Advent used. Almost all 5.25 diameter replacement speakers I could find are 3 or more, so they literally would not fit into the cabinet. The BRS52 speakers manage to be shallow in depth but still have a very large magnet. When I installed them into the Advent Mini speakers it was a perfect fit. By the way, before I opened the cabinet on the Advents I was expecting some kind of exotic speaker inside, but in reality it looks pretty ordinary and generic to me.But how would a 7 dollar speaker sound to replace the original speaker that had such a lustrous reputation for amazing sound? I am very impressed. That familiar warm full-bodied sound is still there with a little more oomph to it that is complimentary to today s more aggressive TV and movie soundtracks. Not only did buying these replacements save me from throwing away an otherwise good speaker set but having to settle for one of the very few mini-bookshelf speakers being sold today, and a good pair would likely have been in the 300-500 buck range.Whether you re using them in your vehicle or as a home audio replacement speaker these are a top-notch choice. Note that the seller is very clear that these are sold individually, that s stated at least 5 times in the ad copy. A seller would have no way of knowing if someone needs 1, 10 or 100 speakers so don t assume that all speakers are automatically sold in pairs.No, these aren't the best replacement speakers you can buy but they may be the best value for the price and that's why I recommend them.5Great little Full Range speaker that sounds incredible!I have this old, 1970s globe speaker I use in the garage for playing music while I work. I noticed the sound coming from it was distorted and flat. I finally took it apart and found the rubber support baffle for the cone had deteriorated and was effecting the sound.I searched Amazon for a close replacement and found this speaker. I have to say it fits PERFECTLY into the original mounts of the globe speaker and it sounds incredible.5
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