Here at MotorGuard, we stock a variety of coaxial speakers from some of the most respected brands in the industry. If you’re looking to take your sound system to the next level, then upgrading to coaxial speakers is definitely something you should be considering.
Being the leading vehicle specialist in the Midlands, we only ever stock premium products from the best brands in the business. We stock coaxial speakers from well-known manufacturers such as Audison and Hertz to ensure that our customers are getting the best audio experiences available.
Coaxial speakers are often celebrated for their excellent sound clarity and frequency range. It doesn’t matter what kind of music you are into, you can be sure that a set of coaxial speakers is going to make your tunes sound great.
We have speakers available to suit all vehicle types and price points. At MotorGuard, you can guarantee that we’ll have the perfect product for you, and our friendly team are always on hand to point you in the right direction.
Our team also has plenty of experience fitting sound systems in a variety of vehicle makes and models. However, if you’d prefer to have a go at the installation yourself, then we can ship a set of coaxial speakers straight to your door.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a coaxial speaker?
Coaxial speakers for cars are automobile speaker systems that incorporate all of the components – a tweeter, woofer and a simple crossover – into a single framework. Unlike inexpensive single-cone speakers, most coaxials have a woofer cone with a separate tweeter for superb full-range sound quality and frequency coverage.
What is the difference between coaxial and component speakers?
The key difference between coaxial and component speakers is the position of the tweeter and additional external crossover. The tweeter is situated in the centre above the woofer cone in coaxial speakers, which combine the mid-bass and tweeter into one speaker. Component speakers, on the other hand, do not have a tweeter and are detached from the woofer so that it can be positioned elsewhere.