• Mopar Jeep Wrangler JK Kicker Speaker Upgrade
  • Mopar Jeep Wrangler JK Kicker Speaker Upgrade
Mopar Jeep Wrangler JK Kicker Speaker Upgrade
Mopar Jeep Wrangler JK Kicker Speaker Upgrade

Mopar Jeep Wrangler JK Kicker Speaker Upgrade

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  • 6.5" Door Speakers
  • 75 Watt RMS
  • 150 Watt Max

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A must-do upgrade if you have the factory base level stereo. If you have a factory upgraded stereo, check your speaker ohms.NOTE: When I wrote the review below, I had only installed two of the four Kickers (the ones in the soundbar). Now I have completed the installation of the two remaining Kickers in the dash. Pretty good instructions came with the speakers, but the 2015 has a few small differences that are not covered. One is that there is a little metal bracket attached to the bottom of each speaker pod, and that is attached to your dashboard frame with a 10mm screw coming up from the bottom of the dash. You have to spring the plastic knee panel rearward in order to get a socket onto that screw. Wasn't too hard to change out the speakers, but you do have to do considerable dash disassembly.----------------------------I bought 2 sets of these (4 speakers total) for my 2015 Wrangler JK with the factory base-level sound system. So far I have installed a pair of them in the overhead soundbar, but am holding off on the dash speaker install until I get my new Kenwood head unit. The soundbar speaker install was about a 15 minute job, including adding a little sound deadening material above the speakers. Just three T-20 Torx screws for the grills, 3 more for the speakers, and plug-n-play wiring (no cutting or splicing of wires required). Very nice.I tried the overhead Kickers out with my factory cheap 130S stereo by fading the sound toward the soundbar and playing some Ace-Of-Bass thru my cellphone. The Kickers sounded really good -- crisp and sharp, with a good full range of sound (including good bass). Fading to the front cheap OEM plastic frame paper cone speakers resulted in muddy and flat sound with little bass. These Kickers are a winner.I have attached a photo comparing the OEM paper cone speaker with the Kickers. Note that the OEM speaker weighs 13 oz, while the kicker weighs 44 oz.I've read on the Jeep forums that Wranglers with upgraded factory Infinity or Alpine sound systems have better speakers, so installing the Kickers may not result in such a huge improvement. If you have a factory upgraded system, I suggest doing some online research before springing for the Kickers.Some people online said these Kickers have 2-ohm voice coils, which would make them a bad match for most automotive stereos (most head units are rated for 4-oh speakers). I researched this but could not find an impedance rating for these speakers, so I measured the coil resistance with my VOM meter -- turns out that these Kickers are 4-ohm speakers, which is the standard for most full range automotive speakers. See the photo below. NOTE: If you have a factory upgraded system, your speakers may be 2-ohm, and installing 4 ohm speakers like these may reduce your sound volume by half. To check, you should measure the resistance of one of your stock speakers with a multimeter (if you don't have one, Amazon has some for less than 10 bucks). Just remove one of your overhead soundbar's speaker grills using a T20 Torx screwdriver, unplug the speaker, set your multimeter to it's lowest resistance scale, and take a reading across the speaker's two terminals. If you get a reading of close to 4-ohms these Kicker upgrade speakers will be a match.While Amazon has these listed as Wrangler JK speakers, they actually fit a variety of Chrysler vehicles. Detailed install instructions for all of these vehicles come with the Kickers.In summary, if you have the base level factory radio with the paper cone speakers, these Kickers are a must-do upgrade. 5Best bang for the buck!!I currently have a 2018 jeep wrangler JK willy's that I bought a few months back. I had the base audio system with the touch screen radio with "no navigation". The baseline speakers in the jeep honestly suck. I tried getting use to it and settling with the audio quality because I am a cheap/thrifty type of guy. Finally I could not handle it any more and have done a lot of research on new speakers. I got quotes near my area of speakers I wanted and they all wanted $500 - $700 to buy and install them. I found these speakers and they are a plug and play system. Basically you will have to watch a few youtube videos and use basic tools to accomplish the task. I paid $107 for 4 of these speakers and the audio quality sounds amazing. The base hits much harder them OEM speakers, much more clear and does not distort at higher volume levels. I am a guy that likes to have an awesome sound system but don't think its worth spending thousands of dollars on a system. These speakers are worth the money! eventually I will buy a "good cheaper" subwoofer and call it good for my jeep. It took me around 2.5 - 3 hours to install and it was a fun learning process. I highly recommend these speakers I can't say for longevity because I just installed these speakers tonight. 5Definitely an improvement!!!I ordered these for my 2018 JK Soundbar last year. They were a good improvement over the extremely cheap speakers, but I only did the soundbar speakers. The previous order were NOT the same as these. These speakers replaced my front speakers, and had the Kicker logo on the speaker. Both sets came in a Mopar box with Mopar instructions. These are MUCH better than the last ones I ordered for the soundbar. Much more base and able to handle a much higher volume. They sound louder than the previous speakers, and are much better quality - I have to now have my fade switched about 1/4 of the way from center to front to get higher volumes before the soundbar speakers are distorting. I am now considering upgrading the upgraded soundbar speakers to these - or switching them around. Amazing difference - spend the money, you won't regret it!!!!! 5Huge upgradeSo if you are looking for an upgrade to your stock system and don't want to spend a lot of money, these speakers are it. Awesome sound, we can actually hear the stereo now with the top off at highway speeds. Good bass and clear sound. Install to the sound bar is really simple. Dash speakers took a little more time and finesse but over all not to bad. Directions are good and it probably took me an hour to do all 4. Just replacing the soundbar made a difference, but to get the most out of it I recommend replacing the dash ones also. 5Awesome soundEven with the factory stereo, the sound quality has improved. Although it doesn't replace a subwoofer, I can get more bass out of the music I listen to. Other reviewers put poly fill in the speaker boxes, but I left mine alone. I don't notice any rattles or distortion at high volume (maybe the music drowns out the rattles). I'm completely happy. The stock ones I removed were a joke. I just can't believe how cheap they are. These Kickers are well made. No comparison to the cheap stock ones. I will be upgrading the tweeters as well. 5Add poly fill to your enclosures. Speakers are awesome and well worth the money!!!Took me about 1.5 hours to install. Pretty easy. So happy I spent the money. I've had numerous stereo systems in my 30 years of driving and its important for your music to sound good.I just bought a jeep wrangler jku 2016 last week and the stereo and speakers are worthless. Don't understand why jeeps are so expensive and come with 5 dollar speakers. The kicker upgrade 6.5's are perfect and they mount right in to your soundbar and front dash without cutting or splicing anything. The front dash driver side is the most difficult but as long as you have a socket set and a extension you'll be good. My jeep does not have a factory subwoofer so I will be adding 1 for sure.IMPORTANT...MAKE SURE YOU GET A BAG OF POLY FILL. I GOT MINE AT WALMART FOR 4.00 DOLLARS THE FRONT ENCLOSURES YOU WILL PUT ALOT, NOG PACKED TIGHT BUT PUT QUITE A BIT IN THEM AND THE REAR SOUNBAR NOT SO MUCH. THERE ARE VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE ABOUT IT BUT TRUST ME AND DO IT. Dont waste your money to upgrade without adding poly fill. 5Fantastic upgrade for the moneyI recently bought a 2017 Jeep JK Wrangler Sport with the base 430 UConnect system, which puts out a very narrow band of sound with no bass. I'm scheduled to have Best Buy add a Pioneer AVH 4201NEX head unit and a Kicker 44tcwc104t subwoofer next week, but I also realized that the factory 6.5 inch speakers and 2.5 inch tweeters are poor, so I ordered two pairs of these to jump start my upgrade. Since the soundbar speakers are easy to unscrew (though you need I think a T-15 Torx wrench) and are plug and play, I put two of these in myself. Without doing anything else I would say the stereo sounds 50% better. I'm gonna have BB do the dash speakers since I'm not dexterous enough to swap those, but I'm questioning whether I need the subwoofer. I'm sure there are better speakers out there, but for $67 a pair I doubt you can get better value. 5Super Loud Compared to Base Audio System 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 75th Anniversary Edition -- Base Audio Option with RBZ MygigInstalled two sets of these speakers (77Kick10) along with two sets of 77Kick25AB. Installation took less than one hour for all 8 speakers provided you have the correct tools (Torx T-20 Screwdriver, Phillips PH1 Screwdriver, 7mm socket, 10mm socket [smallest drive available]) knowledge and patience. Dash 6.5" speakers were a bit tricky to remove and could not get the clips for the 10mm bolts on both speaker enclosures to go back on so I left them off.Sound is very loud compared to base speakers. I had tune my equalizer to -9 on Base, -8 on Mids, and -7 on Treble to get clear audio as these speakers are about 80% louder than what I removed. I have also ordered the Kicker VSS system for my Jeep (PWRA415) and I am awaiting arrival on it. Hopefully the included Amp/Sound Processor will help even out the audio. 5Have a Jeep? You need these.Dude, seriously? I can't even believe how much difference these make. I've read reviews on here that say it's a difference, but not night-and-day. Well, in my Jeep, it's night and day. Winter and Summer. Matter and Antimatter. It's almost like... like... Okay, I'm out of analogies. Allow me to expound.I was seriously considering getting a compact subwoofer / amp combo that would fit under my driver's seat. My 2015 JK stock system just sounded like a Fisher Price record player from 1983. Why do they do that? Don't they want buyers to get in and be super-solid impressed with the whole system? Well, whatever. My stock stereo had no low end at all. Then I came across these in a forum somewhere and decided I would try them out before I invested in the more expensive subwoofer. I listen to rock and country and talk radio. Nothing that needs to rattle anyone's trunk, but I definitely want the whole range. I am a music connoisseur. An audiophile. So I figured if these four speakers (I bought two sets - one for the sound bar and one for the dash set) were good enough, and gave me enough low end to sound like it at least should sound, then I would forgo the subwoofer altogether.Well, friends, I no longer have any need or desire for that sub. These do it for me. I can actually feel vibration in my seat and feel the kick from above. It's not what a sub would do, but it's what the system SHOULD do on its own. Stock SHOULD sound this good. Why sell crappy audio in your vehicles? These were inexpensive enough that they could have done it and raised the price of the Jeep by a hundred bucks. No one would balk at that.Anyway, these Kickers have made me so happy that I can't stay out of the Jeep now. Actually, that's always kind of been the case. I might just start sleeping in it.Taking that dash apart to do the driver's side swap was more of a female doggy than I care to talk about it. But once I heard how much difference it made I was completely satisfied, and totally of the opinion that it's WELL worth it. So before you go buy a subwoofer, swap your four 6-inchers out and you may have the same experience as I had. I am a very, very happy customer.Oh. And the ladies LOVE it. I now have to carry a stick to keep them away. 5Great MOPAR 77KICK10 upgrade! Worth the cost, and easy to install all four speakers in a 2012 Jeep JKI just installed the front, and the back. I took the windows out, and drove about 60 MPH for this run. BIG DIFFERENCE. I did not use the poly fill, but the stereo, (base head unit, lower end.) Is sounding great. Yes there are better speakers, and systems. I will tell you that I am typing this in my house while taking a break from mowing, and this is the first time I could hear it in here. Well worth the investment, and an easy install both front, and back. The driver's side on the JK is not as hard as it is made out to be. I'd say it took me all of 35 minutes to do all four. I did them with the stereo on so I could hear the difference between the stock, and these.Well worth it for the price, the shipping was timely, and the package was undamaged. This is a MOPAR upgrade system that you can buy on other forums, but maybe not as cheap. I found a $2 difference in price, but would have had to pay shipping from a Jeep supplier, so all, in all, I am happy with the speakers. I can't wait to get a better head unit though. I know these can hit harder. NO POLYFIL NEEDED! 5
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Description
  • 6.5" Door Speakers
  • 75 Watt RMS
  • 150 Watt Max
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A must-do upgrade if you have the factory base level stereo. If you have a factory upgraded stereo, check your speaker ohms.NOTE: When I wrote the review below, I had only installed two of the four Kickers (the ones in the soundbar). Now I have completed the installation of the two remaining Kickers in the dash. Pretty good instructions came with the speakers, but the 2015 has a few small differences that are not covered. One is that there is a little metal bracket attached to the bottom of each speaker pod, and that is attached to your dashboard frame with a 10mm screw coming up from the bottom of the dash. You have to spring the plastic knee panel rearward in order to get a socket onto that screw. Wasn't too hard to change out the speakers, but you do have to do considerable dash disassembly.----------------------------I bought 2 sets of these (4 speakers total) for my 2015 Wrangler JK with the factory base-level sound system. So far I have installed a pair of them in the overhead soundbar, but am holding off on the dash speaker install until I get my new Kenwood head unit. The soundbar speaker install was about a 15 minute job, including adding a little sound deadening material above the speakers. Just three T-20 Torx screws for the grills, 3 more for the speakers, and plug-n-play wiring (no cutting or splicing of wires required). Very nice.I tried the overhead Kickers out with my factory cheap 130S stereo by fading the sound toward the soundbar and playing some Ace-Of-Bass thru my cellphone. The Kickers sounded really good -- crisp and sharp, with a good full range of sound (including good bass). Fading to the front cheap OEM plastic frame paper cone speakers resulted in muddy and flat sound with little bass. These Kickers are a winner.I have attached a photo comparing the OEM paper cone speaker with the Kickers. Note that the OEM speaker weighs 13 oz, while the kicker weighs 44 oz.I've read on the Jeep forums that Wranglers with upgraded factory Infinity or Alpine sound systems have better speakers, so installing the Kickers may not result in such a huge improvement. If you have a factory upgraded system, I suggest doing some online research before springing for the Kickers.Some people online said these Kickers have 2-ohm voice coils, which would make them a bad match for most automotive stereos (most head units are rated for 4-oh speakers). I researched this but could not find an impedance rating for these speakers, so I measured the coil resistance with my VOM meter -- turns out that these Kickers are 4-ohm speakers, which is the standard for most full range automotive speakers. See the photo below. NOTE: If you have a factory upgraded system, your speakers may be 2-ohm, and installing 4 ohm speakers like these may reduce your sound volume by half. To check, you should measure the resistance of one of your stock speakers with a multimeter (if you don't have one, Amazon has some for less than 10 bucks). Just remove one of your overhead soundbar's speaker grills using a T20 Torx screwdriver, unplug the speaker, set your multimeter to it's lowest resistance scale, and take a reading across the speaker's two terminals. If you get a reading of close to 4-ohms these Kicker upgrade speakers will be a match.While Amazon has these listed as Wrangler JK speakers, they actually fit a variety of Chrysler vehicles. Detailed install instructions for all of these vehicles come with the Kickers.In summary, if you have the base level factory radio with the paper cone speakers, these Kickers are a must-do upgrade. 5Best bang for the buck!!I currently have a 2018 jeep wrangler JK willy's that I bought a few months back. I had the base audio system with the touch screen radio with "no navigation". The baseline speakers in the jeep honestly suck. I tried getting use to it and settling with the audio quality because I am a cheap/thrifty type of guy. Finally I could not handle it any more and have done a lot of research on new speakers. I got quotes near my area of speakers I wanted and they all wanted $500 - $700 to buy and install them. I found these speakers and they are a plug and play system. Basically you will have to watch a few youtube videos and use basic tools to accomplish the task. I paid $107 for 4 of these speakers and the audio quality sounds amazing. The base hits much harder them OEM speakers, much more clear and does not distort at higher volume levels. I am a guy that likes to have an awesome sound system but don't think its worth spending thousands of dollars on a system. These speakers are worth the money! eventually I will buy a "good cheaper" subwoofer and call it good for my jeep. It took me around 2.5 - 3 hours to install and it was a fun learning process. I highly recommend these speakers I can't say for longevity because I just installed these speakers tonight. 5Definitely an improvement!!!I ordered these for my 2018 JK Soundbar last year. They were a good improvement over the extremely cheap speakers, but I only did the soundbar speakers. The previous order were NOT the same as these. These speakers replaced my front speakers, and had the Kicker logo on the speaker. Both sets came in a Mopar box with Mopar instructions. These are MUCH better than the last ones I ordered for the soundbar. Much more base and able to handle a much higher volume. They sound louder than the previous speakers, and are much better quality - I have to now have my fade switched about 1/4 of the way from center to front to get higher volumes before the soundbar speakers are distorting. I am now considering upgrading the upgraded soundbar speakers to these - or switching them around. Amazing difference - spend the money, you won't regret it!!!!! 5Huge upgradeSo if you are looking for an upgrade to your stock system and don't want to spend a lot of money, these speakers are it. Awesome sound, we can actually hear the stereo now with the top off at highway speeds. Good bass and clear sound. Install to the sound bar is really simple. Dash speakers took a little more time and finesse but over all not to bad. Directions are good and it probably took me an hour to do all 4. Just replacing the soundbar made a difference, but to get the most out of it I recommend replacing the dash ones also. 5Awesome soundEven with the factory stereo, the sound quality has improved. Although it doesn't replace a subwoofer, I can get more bass out of the music I listen to. Other reviewers put poly fill in the speaker boxes, but I left mine alone. I don't notice any rattles or distortion at high volume (maybe the music drowns out the rattles). I'm completely happy. The stock ones I removed were a joke. I just can't believe how cheap they are. These Kickers are well made. No comparison to the cheap stock ones. I will be upgrading the tweeters as well. 5Add poly fill to your enclosures. Speakers are awesome and well worth the money!!!Took me about 1.5 hours to install. Pretty easy. So happy I spent the money. I've had numerous stereo systems in my 30 years of driving and its important for your music to sound good.I just bought a jeep wrangler jku 2016 last week and the stereo and speakers are worthless. Don't understand why jeeps are so expensive and come with 5 dollar speakers. The kicker upgrade 6.5's are perfect and they mount right in to your soundbar and front dash without cutting or splicing anything. The front dash driver side is the most difficult but as long as you have a socket set and a extension you'll be good. My jeep does not have a factory subwoofer so I will be adding 1 for sure.IMPORTANT...MAKE SURE YOU GET A BAG OF POLY FILL. I GOT MINE AT WALMART FOR 4.00 DOLLARS THE FRONT ENCLOSURES YOU WILL PUT ALOT, NOG PACKED TIGHT BUT PUT QUITE A BIT IN THEM AND THE REAR SOUNBAR NOT SO MUCH. THERE ARE VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE ABOUT IT BUT TRUST ME AND DO IT. Dont waste your money to upgrade without adding poly fill. 5Fantastic upgrade for the moneyI recently bought a 2017 Jeep JK Wrangler Sport with the base 430 UConnect system, which puts out a very narrow band of sound with no bass. I'm scheduled to have Best Buy add a Pioneer AVH 4201NEX head unit and a Kicker 44tcwc104t subwoofer next week, but I also realized that the factory 6.5 inch speakers and 2.5 inch tweeters are poor, so I ordered two pairs of these to jump start my upgrade. Since the soundbar speakers are easy to unscrew (though you need I think a T-15 Torx wrench) and are plug and play, I put two of these in myself. Without doing anything else I would say the stereo sounds 50% better. I'm gonna have BB do the dash speakers since I'm not dexterous enough to swap those, but I'm questioning whether I need the subwoofer. I'm sure there are better speakers out there, but for $67 a pair I doubt you can get better value. 5Super Loud Compared to Base Audio System 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 75th Anniversary Edition -- Base Audio Option with RBZ MygigInstalled two sets of these speakers (77Kick10) along with two sets of 77Kick25AB. Installation took less than one hour for all 8 speakers provided you have the correct tools (Torx T-20 Screwdriver, Phillips PH1 Screwdriver, 7mm socket, 10mm socket [smallest drive available]) knowledge and patience. Dash 6.5" speakers were a bit tricky to remove and could not get the clips for the 10mm bolts on both speaker enclosures to go back on so I left them off.Sound is very loud compared to base speakers. I had tune my equalizer to -9 on Base, -8 on Mids, and -7 on Treble to get clear audio as these speakers are about 80% louder than what I removed. I have also ordered the Kicker VSS system for my Jeep (PWRA415) and I am awaiting arrival on it. Hopefully the included Amp/Sound Processor will help even out the audio. 5Have a Jeep? You need these.Dude, seriously? I can't even believe how much difference these make. I've read reviews on here that say it's a difference, but not night-and-day. Well, in my Jeep, it's night and day. Winter and Summer. Matter and Antimatter. It's almost like... like... Okay, I'm out of analogies. Allow me to expound.I was seriously considering getting a compact subwoofer / amp combo that would fit under my driver's seat. My 2015 JK stock system just sounded like a Fisher Price record player from 1983. Why do they do that? Don't they want buyers to get in and be super-solid impressed with the whole system? Well, whatever. My stock stereo had no low end at all. Then I came across these in a forum somewhere and decided I would try them out before I invested in the more expensive subwoofer. I listen to rock and country and talk radio. Nothing that needs to rattle anyone's trunk, but I definitely want the whole range. I am a music connoisseur. An audiophile. So I figured if these four speakers (I bought two sets - one for the sound bar and one for the dash set) were good enough, and gave me enough low end to sound like it at least should sound, then I would forgo the subwoofer altogether.Well, friends, I no longer have any need or desire for that sub. These do it for me. I can actually feel vibration in my seat and feel the kick from above. It's not what a sub would do, but it's what the system SHOULD do on its own. Stock SHOULD sound this good. Why sell crappy audio in your vehicles? These were inexpensive enough that they could have done it and raised the price of the Jeep by a hundred bucks. No one would balk at that.Anyway, these Kickers have made me so happy that I can't stay out of the Jeep now. Actually, that's always kind of been the case. I might just start sleeping in it.Taking that dash apart to do the driver's side swap was more of a female doggy than I care to talk about it. But once I heard how much difference it made I was completely satisfied, and totally of the opinion that it's WELL worth it. So before you go buy a subwoofer, swap your four 6-inchers out and you may have the same experience as I had. I am a very, very happy customer.Oh. And the ladies LOVE it. I now have to carry a stick to keep them away. 5Great MOPAR 77KICK10 upgrade! Worth the cost, and easy to install all four speakers in a 2012 Jeep JKI just installed the front, and the back. I took the windows out, and drove about 60 MPH for this run. BIG DIFFERENCE. I did not use the poly fill, but the stereo, (base head unit, lower end.) Is sounding great. Yes there are better speakers, and systems. I will tell you that I am typing this in my house while taking a break from mowing, and this is the first time I could hear it in here. Well worth the investment, and an easy install both front, and back. The driver's side on the JK is not as hard as it is made out to be. I'd say it took me all of 35 minutes to do all four. I did them with the stereo on so I could hear the difference between the stock, and these.Well worth it for the price, the shipping was timely, and the package was undamaged. This is a MOPAR upgrade system that you can buy on other forums, but maybe not as cheap. I found a $2 difference in price, but would have had to pay shipping from a Jeep supplier, so all, in all, I am happy with the speakers. I can't wait to get a better head unit though. I know these can hit harder. NO POLYFIL NEEDED! 5
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