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Select Increments Versa-Pods

Unloaded 4" speaker enclosures

23 Reviews | 5 questions - 12 answers

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Install 4" speakers in just about any vehicle
Select Increments Versa-Pods allow you to put 4" speakers in just about any vehicle. You can install these ABS plastic enclosures under your dash, next to your center console, or even above your rear wheel wells in a Jeep or SUV to give your system a boost. They'll even work great in motorcycle and ATV applications.

Install 4" speakers in just about any vehicle
Select Increments Versa-Pods allow you to put 4" speakers in just about any vehicle. You can install these ABS plastic enclosures under your dash, next to your center console, or even above your rear wheel wells in a Jeep or SUV to give your system a boost. They'll even work great in motorcycle and ATV applications.

Versa-Pods

Includes everything you need... just add speakers
Versa-Pods come with polyester stuffing, wire grommets and self tapping mounting screws to aid with mounting, but you can also use Velcro® (not included) to mount them and allow for easy removal. The package includes one pair of mirror-image enclosures — a "right' and a "left" Versa-Pod.

These pods are heavy duty. You can configure them any way you want. I used them to upgrade my speakers on my motorcycle.

Raymond, Orland Park, IL.

What's in the Box:

  • 2 Black plastic enclosures for 4" speakers (each filled with Polyester fiber stuffing)
  • 2 Rubber grommets (7/16" hole)
  • 4 Hex-head self-tapping screws (each with self-sealing washers)
  • Mounting Instructions

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Overview: Versa-Pods by Select Increments are black plastic enclosures designed to accept 4" full-range car speakers. Versa-Pods come in pairs, and are molded to fit into multiple locations in the interior of your vehicle. Originally designed for Jeeps, Versa-Pods are versatile enough to be used in just about any vehicle, motorcycle, or all-terrain vehicle.

Design: Versa-Pods are molded to be mirror-images of each other, making a "left" and a "right" pod. They have flat bottoms and two flat areas on each side, so they'll fit into many locations, including rear decks, under seats, and on either side of a console. Each Versa-Pod is filled with Polyester Fiber stuffing, and comes with a grommet (7/16") and self-tapping mounting screws. They can also be mounted using hook and loop fasteners or dual-sided tape.

Speaker Mounting Specs: Each Versa-Pod has the following mounting dimensions:

  • Speaker Cutout: 3.63"
  • Maximum Frame Diameter: 5.4375"
  • Maximum Mounting Depth: approximately 2.5"

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Perfect fit behind the seat of my 1957 Chevy Truck. [ Jeff  Mar 17, 2017 ]
look like they will be great addition to my motorcycle [ Jeffrey  Jan 18, 2017 ]
I bought these for my son's 1999 Jeep XJ to move the blown door speakers up to the dash, especially helpful when he removes the doors in the summer! [ Doug  Nov 27, 2016 ]
Trusted Crutchfield products [ Keller  May 06, 2016 ]
small and easy universal fit [ KENT  Mar 28, 2016 ]
Wanted to give these a try. [ STEVE  Mar 04, 2016 ]
Excellent for underdash speaker placement. [ Michael  Dec 07, 2015 ]

5 questions already asked

yes it well but i don't recommend it if you well use it in your car the bass from the speakers well despair if for boat or ATV it well be great . Hope this well help [ Soud Suliman Al  Jun 10, 2016 ]
There's not enough information available to determine the exact internal volume in cu. ft. However, based on the dimensions that are given, each enclosure would provide roughly 0.079 cu. ft. of internal space. For more details on the exact internal volume, you may want to try contacting the manufacturer, Select Increments, directly at 610-345-9044. [ Larry  Dec 29, 2015 ]  Staff
Hi Jon. Offhand I'm not seeing a listing for 4" speaker grills from Sound Ordnance. You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility. They'll be able to help you track down a compatible grill. [ Jeff  Sep 03, 2015 ]  Staff
It depends on the speaker and desired outcome. The stuffing is a means to make the enclosure 'appear' larger to the speaker mounted in it; it's an old trick when subs are mounted in a box slightly smaller than their specs call for. If you speakers have a spec for enclosure size, and these are too small, leave the filling in to help that. When it comes to 4" drivers, though, the bass output is generally limited and there will probably be almost no difference in sound between leaving the filling in or out. If you're curious, have a listen with it in, then with it out, and use whichever sounds best to your ear. [ DONNA  May 20, 2015 ]
You use the filling. It will keep the sound from echoing. [ Greg  May 19, 2015 ]
I had the 4" pod, with that size speaker I would use the polyfill [ DAN  May 19, 2015 ]
I left it in the pod. Not sure if sound is better with or without as I didn't try. [ BRIAN L  May 19, 2015 ]
I used the stuffing, and the sound is fine. I can't advise on what it would be without. Hary [ GARY  May 19, 2015 ]
I left the stuffing in place on the assuming that they would make better sound. My application is a 1963 alfa romeo convertible and any sound in that car is marginal at best. [ NEIL  May 19, 2015 ]
The instructions say to leave the stuffing in. I assume it helps dampen vibrations or creates additional resonance. MIne have stuffing in, and sound quality is good. Guessing the sound would not be improved by removal. Just be sure to take it out during installation; otherwise, it gets wrapped around screws and makes a mess. [ Ryan  May 19, 2015 ]
The longest side is 6.5 inches, which is the bottom or flat side. [ ANDREW  Jun 16, 2014 ]
6" long, 5.5" wide at the front. [ DONNA  Jun 16, 2014 ]