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I want to know about the car speaker for ford focus 2004 model 1.4lx

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    Thomas Wilson May 11, 2010

    What is it that you want to know about the speakers ? If you need to find out about size go to this site " www.crutchfield.com" and it can give ideas if you want replace the speakers and head unit.

  • Lacey Simmons May 11, 2010

    Are you asking what size they are ? If so they are 5x7

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O.K hear is the deal on most factory car Speakers their not very high wattage they don't need to be, see Distortion level has as much to do with Sound Quility as Power you don't need a lot of Power if the unit is crystal clear this is usely done thru Low Wattage because of Voltage humm and grounding issues most of your Factory Units have great to Exceptional Ground and very low levels of distortion 0.2 % or Lower that is the reason they sound so Great there crystal clear they won't blow Your Windows out but you can hear every little chim or Musical Note that the system can put out.power is Impressive as far as looks but not nessasary as far as great Sound untill you get to your very high end cars that have custom installed systems most are Low Voltage Low Distortion Units and Speakers

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