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I have a 2015 RAV4 XLE with Onboard Nav ( Non-JBL )
Was wondering what you guys/gals have for suggestions?
I am also planning on upgrading the head unit. ( will post separately )
Am willing to spend up to $2k for the 6 total speakers but would like
suggestions for in-between costs also.
Thanks
 

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I have a 2015 RAV4 XLE with Onboard Nav ( Non-JBL )
Was wondering what you guys/gals have for suggestions?
I am also planning on upgrading the head unit. ( will post separately )
Am willing to spend up to $2k for the 6 total speakers but would like
suggestions for in-between costs also.
Thanks
I too would like some information on this
 

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I have a 2015 RAV4 XLE with Onboard Nav ( Non-JBL )
Was wondering what you guys/gals have for suggestions?
I am also planning on upgrading the head unit. ( will post separately )
Am willing to spend up to $2k for the 6 total speakers but would like
suggestions for in-between costs also.
Thanks
I purchased the JBL Club 322F to replace the in-dash stock speakers.
I should get them on Saturday, I'll keep ya posted.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B084GDMYM4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
 

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Did you install them?
Yes, very easy and well worth the upgrade.
The only downside I can see so far is that there is
a bit too much lower-mid in them and they overpower
the stock ones in the front doors. I do have some 300htz and 600htz
BassBlaockers, but will wait until the other speakers are installed to
determine whether I need them or not.

I ordered two Pair of Focal Inside TOY 165 6-1/2" 2-Way's.
Focal Inside IC TOY 165 6-1/2" 2-way car speakers for select Toyota, Lexus, and Subaru vehicles at Crutchfield
I also ordered some Kilmat 80 mil for the doors.

They should be here Thursday. I may at least install the front door ones this weekend.
I went with these as they are intended to be plug n play installed. No ripping out the cone
and trying to fit the new ones in. Pop the rivets on the stock one, Unhook the connector,
and take the whole speaker out. Then take the Focals and either rivet them back in or they
do include the clips and screws as well, plus the connector plugs right in, just like stock.
I'll try to post here with another update and possibly pix.
 

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Yes, very easy and well worth the upgrade.
The only downside I can see so far is that there is
a bit too much lower-mid in them and they overpower
the stock ones in the front doors. I do have some 300htz and 600htz
BassBlaockers, but will wait until the other speakers are installed to
determine whether I need them or not.

I ordered two Pair of Focal Inside TOY 165 6-1/2" 2-Way's.
Focal Inside IC TOY 165 6-1/2" 2-way car speakers for select Toyota, Lexus, and Subaru vehicles at Crutchfield
I also ordered some Kilmat 80 mil for the doors.

They should be here Thursday. I may at least install the front door ones this weekend.
I went with these as they are intended to be plug n play installed. No ripping out the cone
and trying to fit the new ones in. Pop the rivets on the stock one, Unhook the connector,
and take the whole speaker out. Then take the Focals and either rivet them back in or they
do include the clips and screws as well, plus the connector plugs right in, just like stock.
I'll try to post here with another update and possibly pix.
I did install the Front door speakers, forgot to do any pix.
Planning to install the Back door speakers this weekend.
 
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