Mach System

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    Hi all I have a 1999 Eddie Bauer Expedition and I have some questions about the Mach system. I’ve searched and searched trying to find answers and hopefully I’m not asking the same questions as everyone always does. The expedition is very clean and in nice shape but the radio display was out and all speakers and sub blown. I fixed the radio display and it works great but I still have blown speakers. I tried a couple from the junkyard and they’re blown and I tried some from the spare Mach 460 system I have but that’s when I figured out they’re not interchangeable. My question is would these aftermarket speakers and sub from Crutchfield work? I would just do a whole system but I don’t have the time and don’t need to spend the money right now.
    Front door speakers: Kenwood KFC-C6866S
    Rear door speaker: Kicker 43DSC6804
    Rear sub: Pioneer TS-SW2002D2
    Would these work and sound decent with the stock headunit and amp? And if they do would it be better to just get 4 of the Kenwoods since all the openings are 6x8?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated, I’d rather stay stock for now but can’t find any speakers anywhere.
     
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    Doors should be 6x8/5x7. Sub should be 8", but pay attention to the impedence of factory sub/amp. Might be an 8ohm, so you need a dual 4ohm wired in series to match it.

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    How exactly would I do that?
    I know the stock door speakers are 4 ohms each each and I checked the sub and Kenwood door speakers I mentioned and they are 4ohms as well and the sub can handle up to 150 rms.
     
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    So apparently my speakers and sub are fine but it’s my tape player that’s messing up. Of course I found that out this morning after ordering speakers last night
     
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    Sorry, I'm late here. You can ohm out with a voltmeter, or Google it.

    Sorry to hear about the tape player. I haven't seen one of those in quite awhile. Might want to check eBay for a cheap replacement.

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