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2014 Tundra crew max door speaker question

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Michealmyers99, Jun 26, 2023.

  1. Jun 26, 2023 at 8:55 AM
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    Looking at replacing all 4 door speakers in a 2014 Tundra Crewmax. I think when the vehicle was cleaned the speakers got wet and none are working. This is the non JBL version.
    From what I'm reading looks like 6x9 up front and 6x5 in the rear, is that correct?

    Did these come with a sub or is that just the JBL version?

    Any recommendations on speakers that you guys have used?
     
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    i went thru tech12volts. got a package deal on all 4 speakers, harnesses and tweeters. the sub is only on the JBL. i did a Dasaita head unit which really made it loud vs the stock head unit
     
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    Audiofrog for the win. You have 6.5 in rears. If I were you, I would put 6.5 on front too. I have adapters you could use.
     
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    ok so after looking at this some, looks like there is an amp under the front passenger seat? Apparently the dash speakers work but I heard those are driven by the radio and then the door speakers are driven by the amp. I find it hard to believe that all 4 door speakers are bad which leads me to believe it's either a fuse or the amp has gone bad. Anybody replaced the amp?
     
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    It's true, door speakers are run by the "amp" (if you can call it that) under the passenger seat. Grab the bypass harness from Amazon for $15. Color-codes for easy bypassing.
     
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    Well, if you weren't dissatisfied with the audio quality previously, you can just replace the amp. I have one from my 2016 you can have for shipping costs from MN to you, and just plug it in.

    That bypass harness would be if you replaced the headunit and speakers already, which on my breezing through pages here at work, I misread that you'd done that already.
     
  9. Jun 27, 2023 at 11:04 AM
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    Ok yeah if your willing to let go of that "amp" I'll gladly take it!!
    I can PM you my address and then pay ya the shipping.
     
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    The OEM amp has it's own fuse.
    Did you check it?

    It's the 30 amp under the 'short pin' in the under-hood fuse box.

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    yeah thats the first thing I'm going to check when i get the truck
     
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    The OEM amp sends lows and mids to the door speakers.
    Hence your OEM door speakers are designed for mid/low frequencies.
    As stated the dash mid/tweeters and rear door tweeters run off the OEM Entune HU.

    You could replace the OEM amp without replacing the HU using the adapter.
    Amazon.com: 2010-2019 Toyota Tundra (w/o JBL Audio) AutoHarnessHouse.com Factory Amp Upgrade Harness AHH-4438 : Electronics

    But you either need a LOC to convert the HU speaker outputs to low level RCA plugs, or get an amp that acceptes speaker-level inputs.
    You'll also need to run a dedicated power line from the battery for the amp.

    Everything you need would be that adapter.
    Remote on feed for the amp, front/rear/left/right speaker output to the doors, and front/rear/left/right speaker input from the HU.

    If you do replace the OEM amp, go with a 5-channel, you're eventually going to want some kind of sub for bass.
    Plenty of room under the pass seat for a decent 5-channel amp.

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    Good luck..
     
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    Fuses all check out so gotta be the amp at this point
     
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