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Focal IC 690TOY

6"x9" 2-way speakers designed to fit select Toyotas

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About the Focal IC 690TOY

Focal IC 690TOY

Focal's design ensures these speakers will be a perfect fit with compatible Toyota vehicles.

Toyota practicality

You were already thinking smart when you bought your Toyota, but now Focal gives you the smart way to upgrade your factory sound. These IC 690TOY coaxial speakers fit perfectly into the factory speaker locations in select Toyota Prius, Camry, Tacoma, Tundra, and FJ Cruiser models. Focal has engineered a more compact tweeter to ensure a fit, along with built-in crossovers that maximize speaker performance in your Toyota. The package contains almost everything you need for a quick, easy installation, including harnesses that connect directly to your Toyota's factory plugs.

Signature Focal sound

These highly efficient speakers will make the most out of your factory radio's power output, giving you precise sound, free of false coloration. They also handle up to 75 watts RMS, so they will soar with some serious power from an outboard amplifier. Your music's midrange will gain presence and depth, thanks to the articulate response of the light woven fiberglass woofer cone, the same used in Focal's premium Access speaker line.

Focal also puts their signature inverted dome tweeter design to work here to give you sparkling highs. The inverted shape of the aluminum dome does a better job of dispersing high frequencies than a traditional raised dome tweeter and creates a very wide soundstage with stellar resolution and exciting dynamics. The built-in crossover ensures a perfectly balanced sound.

Grilles are not included; the factory grilles should be suitable for most applications.

Highlights:

    General:
    • 2-way car speakers (pair)
    • 6"x9" woven fiberglass woofer cone
    • aluminum inverted dome TIS 1.5 tweeter
    • designed to fit in select Toyota vehicles
    • significant results even without changing the OEM system
    • works with factory radio, aftermarket receiver, or outboard amp
    Specifications:
    • power range: 2-75 watts RMS (150 watts peak)
    • frequency response: 50-20,000 Hz
    • impedance: 4 ohms
    • sensitivity: 92 dB
    • grilles not included
    • warranty: 1 year
    • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
    • MFR # IC 690 TOY

    What's in the box:

    • Two 2-way speakers
    • Two 10" Wire extensions
    • 8 Rivets
    • Installation instructions (English/ French)
    • Focal window sticker

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    Focal IC 690TOY

    Crutchfield customer from Edmond, OK on 7/2/2019

    2019 Toyota Tacoma

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    So easy to switch out the factory speakers in my Tacoma. I've got a kicker key amp pushing just 45w per speaker and they sound perfect. I still think they are about $100 overpriced but worth having the easy install.

    Pros: Easy install. Sound awesome with a little power pushing them.

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    Victor from Millersville, MD on 6/28/2019

    2015 Toyota 4Runner

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    I was looking for the easiest speaker upgrade possible for my 2015 4Runner. I was impressed with the quality of the speakers (large, relatively heavy magnet) and later the sound. I had already replaced the in-dash tweeters with a Suburu Kicker set that happens to direct-fit into the 4Runner dash. Up front sounds great with much richer notes than the factory speakers (which were feather light). I really need to add the rear speakers and liftgate speakers. The only downside might be the pricing but at the same time well worth it for doing it yourself. The screw holes did not line up perfectly but it worked. The connector was a direct fit. It took me longer to line up the window sill to replace the door panel than it did to remove the original speaker and screw in the new Focal's.

    Pros: Great sound for an easy, direct fit upgrade to the factory sound system.

    Cons: A bit pricey but worth it for the DIY savings.

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    Crutchfield customer from Highland Plt, ME on 5/14/2019

    2018 Toyota Tacoma

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    Perfect fit and sound outstanding

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    Crutchfield customer from Santa Teresa, NM on 4/22/2019

    2019 Toyota Tacoma

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    Speaker sound great in the Taco. Definite improvement over the stock speakers. Only issue is not even a speaker issue. The stock head unit doesn't put out enough juice. An amp is gonna fix that right up.

    Pros: Perfect and quick fit!

    Cons: None.

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    Perfect factory replacement

    Crutchfield customer from Tucson, AZ on 4/21/2019

    2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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    Great sound and easy installation!

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    Quality

    Crutchfield customer from Albuquerque, NM on 4/20/2019

    2018 Toyota 4Runner

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    Excellent speaker, great improvement over what came from the factory. Easy install almost instant great.

    Pros: All pro

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    Crutchfield customer from Jenks, OK on 1/6/2019

    2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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    Love the improvement these speakers made in my FJ Cruiser. These replaced stock speakers so the differences are not apples and apples, but much more crispness in the midrange and highs, and even some good bass coverage as well.

    Pros: Easy installation and vehicle specific wiring and connector.

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    Works well but needs an amp

    Crutchfield customer from Saint Charles, MO on 8/29/2018

    2015 Toyota Tacoma

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    These fit right in, sound great. Power isn't much better than stock without amp I would recommend upping the power supply to increase potential

    Pros: Fit great sound great

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    Plug And Play at its best

    Michael from Sterling, VA on 6/25/2018

    2016 Toyota Tundra

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    I can't say enough about these speakers. Sounds amazing super easy install matches up for all screw holes and the factory wire connector. Installed in a 2016 Tundra.

    Pros: Easy install, sounds great, worth every penny

    Cons: On a Tundra you do need need to extend the factory speaker wires about 3in

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    Not worth the upgrade

    Eusebio from St Paul, MN on 3/7/2018

    2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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    Installed on 2014 FJ with JBL. Wasn't a significant upgrade mostly because tweeters do not work as the door location has a pass filter cutting out high frequencies making them futile. Driver also doesn't produce noticeable increase in sound reproduction, again likely due to factory amp settings. Usually replacing factory speakers results in upgrade, but not with these speakers combined with JBL system (At least not from the stock ones in there).

    Pros: Easy Installation

    Cons: Not a significant upgrade on JBL version due to factory amp settings. Replacing amps or receiver comes at higher cost and looses functions

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    Crutchfield customer from Nashville, TN on 1/10/2018

    2006 Toyota Tacoma

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    Complete upgrade with sound and clarity! Never realized how much I was missing with the factory paper speakers.

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    Stock headunit with focal speakers

    Don from Los Angeles, CA on 1/4/2018

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    Very efficient speaker! I haven't completed my system install, just installed these speakers and testing them with the stock headunit. Very nice can't wait to hear them with my new system...

    Pros: Very efficient and very easy to install!

    Cons: I had to trim one mounting tab away from the door panel mount hole. (2013 Tundra btw). Check for clearance before replacing the door panels!!!

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    Pain to Install in 2015 Toyota Tacoma

    David from Las Vegas, NV on 11/26/2017

    2015 Toyota Tacoma

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    For a product designed for Toyota, installation was very disappointing. Toyota proprietary wiring and connectors are JUST long enough for factory config. In stock Tacoma, the connector dock is on the top of the speaker with ample wiring. In the Focal IC 690, the dock is on the side--factory wiring does not reach. Crutchfield supplied additional wire with connector, but in order to use it, you have to run the speaker behind the door frame and use the crappy pin and slot to connect. The female pins on the Crutchfield wire are tight, causing a difficult install on the connection--the male pin on the focal is flimsy and hard to reach causing much cursing during install. That said, the speakers make good sound with a lot more detail than the stock Toyota speakers, which are incidentally as light as a Frisbee. I am actually amazed that the stock speakers even worked at all after handling them. I would give the speakers a 4 out of 5 for sound, but a 2 star rating for the install. Crutchfield should be more cautionary in the description rather than saying these speakers are a perfect fit for your Toyota.

    Pros: Great Sound, with much more detail and output even with stock deck.

    Cons: Installation was not nearly as easy as advertised, due to connection limitations. The speakers do start to distort when turning up the sound to high volume--an amplifier is needed if you want to get tight base at high volume.

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    Perfect Addition to 2016 Tacoma

    Shawn from LOS ALAMOS, CA on 8/13/2017

    2016 Toyota Tacoma

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    Bought these for my 2016 Tacoma Sport Double Cab. Installed these in the front two doors. I put a sheet of dynamat in the speaker cubby hole and then another one over the hole (cutting and folding) and installed the speaker over that. These sound way better than the stock speakers and weigh so much more. The stock speakers felt like holding paper plates. These Focals were super easy to install. Just install and plug in, no additional modification needed or anything. One issue on mine was the cables were not long enough so I had to pull the cable through a different opening in the plastic membrane on the inner part of the door. Took about 15 seconds to do that. I think that was just something they did on my truck because all the other tacomas I see have enough slack with the cables. My next step is rear focals and an amp.

    Pros: Plug and Play Clear and Crisp Quality

    Cons: Price. Should have been about $200-225

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    best speakers i've owned

    THE DAWG from Albuquerque, NM on 7/11/2017

    2008 Toyota Tundra

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    fabulous speakers!!! install as easy as promised with help from crutchfield( thanks by the way). if you have a toyota for these, get them! they drop right in and make for a great upgrade. no point whining about the price...you really get what you pay for with these!

    Pros: everything!

    Cons: none

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    Tacoma 2016

    Jim from Turbeville, SC on 4/28/2017

    2016 Toyota Tacoma

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    Great update from the factory speakers. Installation was very easy and the speakers were a perfect fit in my 2016 Tacoma.

    Pros: Perfect fit

    Cons: none

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    Another great product by Focal!

    Matt from Beaverton, OR on 3/14/2017

    2014 Toyota Tacoma

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    As one would expect... these Focal speakers sound amazing over the factory installed ones. Fantastically easy replacement. Even without an external amplifier, the sound from the stock head unit through these is night and day better!

    Pros: Easy installation. Fantastic punchy bass!

    Cons: N/A

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    Superb front door speakers for a Tundra

    Roger from East Lansing, MI on 2/6/2017

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    Excellent speakers - maybe the best car speakers I've ever had. They fit right into my 2010 Tundra front doors as claimed, except I needed to cut and extend the two speaker wires a few inches to reach the top center plugs. Very clean sound reproduction. I added a pair of Infinity tweeters to the dash, replacing the crappy stock ones. That required making adapters to hold the tweeters, but now the entire system is superb with my old JVC head unit bought from Crutchfield in 2004 (18 w/c RMS). All four speakers were expensive, but you get what you pay for.

    Pros: Excellent sound, easy to install.

    Cons: Minor - had to extend door speaker wires to reach the top center plug on the new ones.

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    Mike from Mokena, IL on 1/6/2017

    2015 Toyota Tacoma

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    These are plug and play. not cutting or drill in my 2015 Tacoma DC. Unbolt the old ones and bolt these in, I spent more time screwing around with the power window switch to disconnect it than anything else. The original speakers - it's amazing they sound as good as they do. They weigh 10 ounces, paper woofer, wizzer cone, and foam surrounds. These are 41 ounces each, rubber surrounds, well built. Sound - these are more efficient than the old speakers so they provide a bit more volume, a lot more detailed, and clear. The old have always sounded "muddy" to me. Do they sound $270 worth of better? They certainly sound better, if it's worth the investment, it's up to you. So ease of installation, upgrade without ripping out the old headunit, better clarity all plusses. The cost makes me give them 4 stars. If these were $170 I'd like them a lot better, but I'm keeping the truck for a long time, so might as well enjoy the ride.

    Pros: Plug n play - no cutting or drilling, no adapters Easy to install Easily sound better than the original speakers

    Cons: cost

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    Crutchfield customer from Anchorage, AK on 10/31/2016

    2015 Toyota 4Runner

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    I replaced all the speakers and head unit in my 2015 4-Runner and these Focal 6x9 speakers went in the front doors. Make no mistake, unless you have the JBL system, the factory speakers are very cheap and amount to nothing more than place holders. A $100/pr speakers would make a huge difference but these Focals are another notch or two up from that. The sound is very crisp and clean but not dry. They have a nice tonal balance and excellent dynamic range. Make sure all the rest of your speakers are of comparable quality (especially the tweeters) and get yourself a good amplifier. You will be amazed. I hooked the front and rear door speakers to a dedicated 100W/channel amplifier and the tweeters and tailgate speakers to a Pioneer 8200 NEX head unit. This way you don't have to worry about the issue of dash speakers being connected in series with the front door. Also, like any decent speaker, give them a few hours to a few days to break in.

    Pros: Easy Installation, great sound quality

    Cons: None really

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    Music sounds MUCH better.

    DebraD from Webster, NY on 10/10/2016

    2006 Toyota Camry

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    Sounds much better than the cheap factory front-door speakers.

    Pros: Sound much better than stock. (I also had Dynamat installed throughout the vehicle. THIS is also a big improvement in terms of sound re-enforcement.)

    Cons: Expensive...Diminished return.

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    Good sound, easy install, with a couple of cautions.

    Mark from Waimea, HI on 9/19/2016

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    Works great! They have a good tonal range, maybe lacking slightly in the upper range, due to the speakers being mounted low in the door, but overall, no complaints. Also, they were no problem to install in the front doors of my 2004 Toyota 4Runner, with my only problem being that the passenger door lock cable inside the door came loose when moving the inner door panel out of the way to install the speaker. (my fault, not Focals) Double check all the door operating mechanisms before closing the doors for the first time , after the speaker installation. Save yourself some grief. Also, if you are doing this the quick and easy way, you may have to leave the stock tweeters hooked up, because I found that my tweeters are wired in series with the speakers, and the speakers would not work when the tweeters were disconnected. There is probably a way around this, but I haven't taken the time to figure it out yet.

    Pros: Simple install, with no cutting, no external speaker grilles to advertise what is underneath.

    Cons: Minor ones...read my review.

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    Crutchfield customer from Albany, NY on 9/8/2016

    2010 Toyota Tundra

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    Awesome product very easy to install

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    Perfect fit and sound!

    Dave from San Antonio, TX on 6/8/2016

    2007 Toyota Tundra

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    No mounting adapters required, literally plug and play. Sound quality is excellent paired with MTX Thunder75.4 amp and 4100NEX Pioneer deck. I was looking to replace the factory speakers in my '07 Tundra when I came across these. I didn't have any experience with Focal prior to this purchase, so I read the reviews and watched the videos from the manufacturer website and decided it was worth a shot. Glad I pulled the trigger on these. Sound quality is VERY clean with the bottom end pushed to higher volumes. Mids and highs still come out very clean without being muddied or over driven. Was debating on adding a sub, but I think I'll save my hearing for now...

    Pros: Easy install Great sound at high volumes Handle high power amp and stereo inputs

    Cons: none - I'd buy them again!

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    Focal Toy

    Akforty9 from Metlakatla, AK on 5/22/2016

    2016 Toyota 4Runner

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    Easy instal look and sound great

    Pros: Sound great

    Cons: Price

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    Excellent Speakers

    Mike from Inman, SC on 4/20/2016

    2014 Toyota Tacoma

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    Expensive, but you will have the peace of mind that they are simple to install in 2014 Tacoma and have excellent sound.

    Pros: Simple Installation

    Cons: Great Sound

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    Bill z from Rockaway ny on 2/23/2016

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    Big improvement over stock speakers

    Pros: Fit perfectly in my Toyota

    Cons: Needs the Toyota plugs on the wiring harness

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    Crutchfield customer from Nashville, TN on 1/4/2016

    2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser

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    These speakers are much better than the stock speakers in my FJ Cruiser. Worth it for sure, but still a little pricey.

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    Easy drop in

    Josh W from Texas on 1/4/2016

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    Super easy, great project with my son.

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    great upgrade

    bkeith from Virginia on 12/28/2015

    2015 Toyota Sienna

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    easy install detailed sound.

    Pros: easy install fit original spot . works with stock radio.

    Cons: none so far.

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    Great Sound!!!

    ChadH from Texas on 10/19/2015

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    This is a great set of speakers. The sound is clear and most important, they fit without extra adapters. They totally blew the OEM speakers out of the water!!!

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    Great speaker for 5th Gen 4runner

    Yota Man from Everett, Wa on 6/10/2015

    2013 Toyota 4Runner

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    Great speakes. I recently upgraded my speaker in my 5th Gen 4Runner. I installed these speakers in the front doors. They sound is great and balanced with plenty of bass with no distortion.

    Pros: Great sounding speakers

    Cons: None- maybe the price

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    More details on the Focal IC 690TOY

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    Features & specs

    General
    Speaker Size Vehicle-specific
    Design 2-way
    Tweeter Design Inverted Dome
    Impedance (Ohms) 4
    Tweeter Composition Aluminum
    Woofer Composition Woven Fiberglass
    Woofer Surround Butyl Rubber
    Parts Warranty 1 Year
    Labor Warranty 1 Year
    Specifications
    Sensitivity (1W at 1 meter) N/A
    Sensitivity at 2.83 volts 92
    Frequency Response 50 - 20k Hz
    Minimum RMS Wattage 2
    Maximum RMS Wattage 75
    Peak Power Handling (Watts) 150
    Top-mount Depth (Inches) 1 9/16
    Bottom-mount Depth (Inches) N/A
    Cutout Diameter or Length (inches) 0

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    Features

    Woofer: The light and rigid woven fiberglass woofer cone is humidity resistant. The rubber surround is resistant to ultraviolet rays, temperature extremes, and humidity to add to the speaker's reliability and longevity.

    Inverted Dome Tweeter: Each speaker has an inverted dome aluminum tweeter, producing a broad sound stage.

    Wiring: In most installations the IC 690TOY is designed for, the factory wiring harness plugs directly into the speaker frame.

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    Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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    the best and low price [ luis  Mar 18, 2018 ]
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    Direct fit for my Tacoma, reputable name, good specs. [ Mike  Jul 14, 2017 ]
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    Direct replacement Focal speakers! What could be better? [ Matthew  Mar 01, 2017 ]
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    upgrade [ KIPPLIN R  Feb 16, 2017 ]
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    They fit my car [ SALLY  May 16, 2016 ]
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    looking for an easy to install speaker and so far have found nothing but great reviews on these speakers. [ Meghan  Apr 29, 2016 ]
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    wanted them [ Kurt  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    Because I heard some Focal Speakers at a local shop and they wanted about $100 more there than Crutchfield. Also they sounded amazing!! [ MACDADDY1971  Jan 26, 2016 ]
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    does it fits 2014 toyota corolla?
    [ Ray  Mar 11, 2017 ]
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    You can check to see if this will fit your vehicle by using our Outfit My Car tool: http://www.crutchfield.com/car/carselector.aspx For additional details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle.
    [ Kenny  Mar 11, 2017 ]  Staff
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    Are the tweeters adjustable so you can change the angle of projection?
    [ Mac  Oct 31, 2016 ]
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    They rotate so you can aim them
    [ lance  Nov 04, 2016 ]
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    I'm pretty sure there not. You want to purchase the IS 165TOY in addition for the tweeters and the rears. You will not be disappointed.
    [ Matthew  Nov 01, 2016 ]
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    I did not try to turn mine. After looking in the Focal website I don't think they can be turned.
    [ Chad  Oct 31, 2016 ]
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    NO you can not. They are in a fixed position. That being said they are still awesome and worth the money.
    [ RUBEN  Oct 31, 2016 ]
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    Not that I recall, but too tough to get at them to confirm, sorry.
    [ David  Oct 31, 2016 ]
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    I do not think so but they are a great sounding speakers.
    [ FADY  Oct 31, 2016 ]
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    Nope.
    [ Mike  Oct 31, 2016 ]
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    2012 fj cruiser. Will I still have functional tweeters in the dash?
    [ Brian  Aug 14, 2016 ]
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    You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you.
    [ Kenny  Aug 15, 2016 ]  Staff
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    How is the sound improvement and ease of installation in 2015 Sienna, non-JBL?
    [ Tim  Jul 28, 2016 ]
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    I don't know about installation in a Sienna. I installed them in my 2012 Tundra. Crutchfield supplies you with execellent step by step instructions. Installation should not be difficult. The sound improvement was better than I had expected. You can tell the difference when you take out the OEM speakers. The magnet size will make you laugh on the stock speakers compared to the Focal's magnets. I think you will be more than pleased with them.
    [ Chad  Jul 30, 2016 ]
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    I can't answer directly, but can indirectly. I own both a Sienna with a JBL and a Tundra without. The Focal set was put in the Tundra and can say that it is a definite improvement over the non-JBL speakers. I would put them on-par with, or better than, the JBL speakers in the Sienna. Installation in the Tundra was as factory would be.
    [ gregory  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    Sorry, think I had something backwards on my first answer -- I should have said: if a button stays on the door frame, pull it off the door and replace onto the panel before reinstalling the panel. When reinstalling the panel you want to hang it on the lip in the window area (make sure it slips down and properly lines up) and then push the panel back on to the door frame, one button at a time. Suggest you start at the top of each side and work down, leaving the bottom edge for last - basically the reverse of initial removal.
    [ David  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    Installed these in my 2014 SE. Very meaty magnets and beautifully finished. Noticeable improvement in sound quality, especially at volume, but limitations of dash tweeters and center speaker are evident. When removing door panels, use plastic panel remover pry tools (Harbor Freight). Start along bottom edge, get tool in between panel and door frame and carefully pry. May need a second, larger tool to get enough leverage. I had to stick my hand in the gap and pull back to start the process. Panel will eventually pop off the plastic retainer buttons one at a time. Force required for first button to pop is significant but panels are very strong/well designed. Work your way around bottom and then sides of the panel, prying/pulling it out and off one button at a time (I think there are 6 or 8 buttons). If a button comes off in the panel (most didn't), remove from panel and reinstall on door before remounting panel. When remounting, note that top edge of panel first needs to drop down onto the metal lip of door near window channel. Make sure lip is engaged and panel slips down on it before pushing remaining sides onto the mounting buttons. Besides that, I ran in to two other problems: 1) removing/remounting sail panel over mirror mounts was tricky. Broke one of the flimsy mounting tabs. Can't recall best way to handle but be gentle. 2) When slipping door handle mechanism back into panel for reinstallation, make sure the two cable ends are properly seated in their plastic retainers. If they pop out, door won't open from inside. I didn't check that, got the whole job finished and found out on that road trip, a long ways from home, the wife couldn't get of her door - oops! Sorry honey. Had to pull it all apart again after finding a Harbor Freight. Overall, I give these a 5 on sound quality, a 4 on ease of self-installation and a 3 on value - wish they were about $100 cheaper, but if you want immediate sound improvement for not much effort, I'd say go for it.
    [ David  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    I too had the non - JBL premium sound system in my 2015 Tacoma. The OEM speakers did O.K., but the Focals have more solid bass and the tweeter is a better performer. The original speakers had a paper cone woofer with a tiny magnet and whizzer cone within, combined with paper cone tweeters mounted high in the doors, (kind of cheap). I originally bought some JBL's two ways with a mounting kit, but the kit didn't fit correctly, so Crutchfield recommended the Focals at a higher cost, and they fit perfectly with no installation adapter. the Focals are expensive, fit perfectly, sound better, and made of quality materials.
    [ Michael  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    I installed my set on a 2016 4runner NON JBL with " premium package" radio per TOYOTA, the sound is great no amp needed. Installation was easy plug and play no mods everything you need is in the box.
    [ ANGEL  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    I installed these speakers in my 2013 4Runner, the sound is way way better than stock speakers. You can not go wrong with these speakers. Well worth the money.
    [ FADY  Jul 29, 2016 ]
    Q
    These are supposed to be compatible with Prius gen 3 with JBL system. My understanding is that the signal to the doors has already filtered the high frequencies so I suspect the tweeter on these speakers would not function and the sonic improvement will be minimal. Any experience with Prius with JBL?
    [ Mike  Apr 08, 2016 ]
    1 answer
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    In the factory JBL systems where these speakers are recommended, the stock woofers get a full-range signal so, the Focals will produce the full-range of frequencies when connected to the stock wiring and amplification. I hope that helps! My Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=5
    [ Ryan  Apr 11, 2016 ]  Staff
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    do the new speakers plug into the same wiring harness as the stock speaker. If not what do you have to do?
    [ magicjordan  Apr 03, 2016 ]
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    No, not directly, but a conversion connector is provided. I think it was about 2 or 3 inches long and connects to the OEM plug, then slips onto the Focal spades. They do make it true plug-n-play so don't misplace them (like I did) when you open the box.
    [ David  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    Worked perfectly
    [ Kurt  Apr 09, 2016 ]
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    For the FJ cruiser there is a small extension cable
    [ brian  Apr 04, 2016 ]
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    Yes, they come with adapters that plug into the OEM wiring. I installed them in my Toyota in less than 45 minutes.
    [ THOMAS  Apr 04, 2016 ]
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    Yes,a wiring harness is provided, just plug and play.
    [ joseph  Apr 04, 2016 ]
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    Yes the speakers plug into the same factory harness no cutting no modifying. I installed my set on a 4runner. No amp straight factory the sound great.
    [ ANGEL  Apr 04, 2016 ]
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    I have a 2014 Tacoma without the JBL upgrade. Will I need an amplifier to push these speakers?
    [ Philip  Mar 17, 2016 ]
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    My 2014 non-JBL Sienna can't overdrive these but they will play quite loud with stock power and are very clean. Unfortunately, the low quality rears and the dash tweeters and center speaker become evident. I turn off the OEM rears and suffer with the OEM dash stuff. Won't spend the money on an amp until the other speakers get addressed. Unfortunately no plug-n-play options available for those locations.
    [ David  Jul 29, 2016 ]
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    I replaced my 2015 Tacoma stock woofers with the Focal IC 690TOY. I do not have the JBL upgrade either. I did not add an amp and did not remove or replace the stock tweeter or those terrible speakers in the roof. After about 1 week of break in the speakers sounded much better than before. The stock speakers are very low quality.The Focals are good speakers so I'm sure they would sound even better with an amp. What I don't know is what effect the head unit has on the frequencies sent to each speaker. I read that they mix some out so you won't blow their low quality speakers. (Mix is not the right terminology) I think there is a way to return the head output to original sound before you amplify it.
    [ Jeffrey  Mar 20, 2016 ]
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    I tried it on my 2012 tundra non JBL also and it's way more better than the OEM speakers. My plan was to add an amplifier but after listening to this speaker, I decided not to because it's already pretty good. I actually installed another set on my trailer and it does not need an amplifier.
    [ Cornelios  Mar 19, 2016 ]
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    My 2015 Tacoma has the same OEM radio. I installed these pricey speakers because the JBL's with adapters fell apart, I mean the adapters literally shattered. But the Focals sound great and fit perfectly. I'm 60 years old and don't care for the loud thump, thump, thump with an external amplifier. These Focals sound crisp, much better than the stock tweeters. I did add a self powered 8" Bazooka behind the drivers seat for a little more punch at times. So these Focal speakers will run with the stock radio just fine.
    [ Michael  Mar 19, 2016 ]
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    Thay sound a lot better than stock with no amp it's like a hole new stereo
    [ WILLIAM S  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    I replaced my factory front 6x9s with these without an amp and they sound great with deep sound. Should work well without an amp
    [ Jason  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    I have the same truck. The speakers sound great. You don't need an amp for these.
    [ Mike  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    I think you should yes. The amp from the stereo was not enough for me.
    [ TRACY  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    Hello-I purchased a Alpine MRV-F300 4 channel amp and WOW did that make a difference! I highly recommend installing an amp for those speakers.
    [ RUBEN  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    2013 FJ Cruiser Trail Teams with factory stereo. They work great.
    [ Robert  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    I put these in my 2012 Tundra w/o JBL and no additional amplifier. They sound great. Will you need an amplifier for these speaker? My opinion is: No, you don't need one.
    [ Chad  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    These are meant as a upgrade to the factory speakers. So frequency and power levels should be compatible with the factory head unit. Pricey but worth it for the better sound and plug and play install.
    [ MICHAEL  Mar 18, 2016 ]
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    I used these to replace the OEM joke speakers in my 2010 FJ Cruiser without adding an amp. My FJ had their top of the line FJammer head unit driving 9 speakers with what I think is just a Toyota branded JBL head unit. All in all very happy with this speaker upgrade without adding an amp.
    [ Scott  Mar 18, 2016 ]
    Q
    Do these front doors, rear doors or both?
    [ Pete  Apr 07, 2015 ]
    1 answer
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    This will depend largely on your vehicle. For details on installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on what you will need for an installation.
    [ Jeff  Apr 07, 2015 ]  Staff
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