When it comes to your 2006 Scion tC speakers, you might be wondering what your options are. You can replace your tweeter, install a new head unit, or even add a subwoofer. But before you do any of these things, make sure you know what you’re looking for. In this article, you’ll learn the basics and then get started on your project. If you want to get the most out of your speakers, read on to discover some of the options available to you.
What size speakers are in a 2006 Scion tC?
If you’ve been wondering how to install a new head unit for your Scion TC speakers, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re a Scion owner, you’ve probably wished for better sound quality from your vehicle’s speakers. To improve the sound quality of your 2006 Scion TC, you’ll need to install a new head unit that puts out more power per channel. For best results, purchase a new head unit and speaker setup.
The factory audio system in the Scion TC comes with a 6-speaker Pioneer system with 160 watts of power output and an optional 100-watt subwoofer. The speakers are located in the front door near the door lock panel and below the window opening. Adding an iPod or MP3 player or satellite radio will also enhance your audio experience. You should consider the following features when choosing a new head unit and speakers for your Scion TC.
Replacing a tweeter
To replace the tweeter in your 2006 Scion TC speakers, follow the steps below. Carefully pry the door panel off of the speaker mount. The tweeter is held in place by one screw. If you don’t want to remove the tweeter, you can use a universal backstrap. Next, unscrew the tweeter from its mounting bracket. Then, install the new tweeter. The tweeter should sound crisp and clear after the installation.
If your speakers are on their last legs, you may want to consider upgrading the head unit. Some models have a pioneer head unit that puts out more power per channel. This can significantly improve the sound quality of your 2006 Scion TC’s speakers. However, be aware that a new head unit will probably require a dealer visit. If you do decide to replace the tweeter, you’ll also have to upgrade the head unit.
Replacing a subwoofer
Replace the rear speakers of your 2006 Scion TC to get better sound and a more satisfying stereo experience. You can easily replace these speakers with new ones by removing the rear seat cushion and internal retaining strap. You can also install a powered subwoofer if you want better sound. If you wish to upgrade the stereo system of your 2006 Scion TC, you should purchase a new receiver to match the new rear speakers.
You can replace the stock head unit with an aftermarket one. This will give you higher RMS and therefore improved sound quality. Be sure to replace the speakers if the stock one is on its last legs. You may want to upgrade your head unit, as the new one will probably produce more power than your factory headunit. A pioneer headunit will also put out more power per channel than a factory headunit.
Adding a subwoofer to your 2006 scion tc speakers
Adding a subwoofer to your Scion Tc speakers can transform your stereo system into a powerful multimedia experience. Scions come with 6-speaker Pioneer audio systems powered by 160 watts. The standard entertainment system has a flip-up AM/FM/CD stereo, MP3 playback, and an additional audio input jack. If you’d like to add a subwoofer, you can do so easily and inexpensively.
To install your subwoofer, you need to disconnect the stock speaker unit and connect it to the subwoofer. This can be accomplished with three easily-accessible screws and one under the carpet. Next, unscrew the plastic covering on the right most latch. Next, disconnect the stock subwoofer and amp socket. Once the subwoofer assembly is removed, you’ll have to connect the subwoofer’s wiring to the speakers.