Generally speaking, 4×10 speakers are designed to act as all-rounded audio components, which can effectively produce decent low frequencies, impressive highs and exceptional midrange frequencies.
However, finding the best audio speakers for car of this size can prove to be a huge challenge compared to the rest – more so for first-timers. Luckily for you, we have done all the research to ease the burden and while at it, get you the best bang for your buck. Here is a compilation of the best 4×10 speakers on the market currently.
Good old Pioneer is always whipping up some savory new gadget in their kitchen. The TS-A4103 is what I like to call a mad genius creation. It looks simple but has an underlying potency that’s pleasantly startling. Although this package is hardly an audiophile ultimate dream, it packs enough to keep subtle fans consistently satisfied. Only Pioneer can pool such incredible functions in such teeny bodies.
This Pioneer 4×10 speaker is, by all means, a decent performer – as we discuss this in full Pioneer TS-A4103 review. Its 120 Watts of power will not rattle the ambiance. Nevertheless, its enough to blow plenty of groove into any cabin. Nominal power rating comes in at 35 Watts per pair. The speakers come with injection-molded polypropylene cones and Urethane surrounds. These elements work tirelessly to produce tight, platonic musical notes.
The paper cone tweeters are phenomenal with highs. These little monstrosities give off a crispy, opulent pitch that’s to die for. Aluminum voice coils hold up strong even under extremes. I must say, however, the Pioneer TS-A4103 speakers are rather delicate. They don’t take roughly all too well. Nevertheless, they still pack enough to keep you well entertained.
In a “heads or tail” game, the Kicker 4×10 speakers definitely take heads. In this case, the speakers do look as amazing as they sound. By all means, go on and judge this package by its cover; its unlikely to let you down. To put it simply, the Kicker 44KSC41004 system kicks (see what I did there?): It does so with beautiful mastery. That’s why we think its, all doubts aside, worth your money.
If you love yourself a gigantic dose of good old bass, you’ll love the 44KSC41004 4×10 speakers. Running on a 150 Watts RMS per pair, these speakers are armed to the teeth. They drop incredibly detailed mid-range chords which are then graced by gorgeous highs from its tweeters. The woofer cone is cloned from polypropylene; it sits right in the middle of a rubber surround. This effectively expands the speakers’ dynamic range making them very potent.
A 4 Ohm impedance gives these babies crazy stamina, especially under high volumes. It hardly flinches under pressure; its a rock-solid package. Its silk dome tweeters are expert manipulators when it comes to the higher end of the spectrum. They give off cool, super detailed highs. The overall sound is therefore nothing short of phenomenal.
Thin mount design makes these speakers easy fittings in most factory style grilles. In addition to that, speakers components are well protected against heat thanks to the poly-switch feature.
You can almost always be guaranteed of great audio experience with Boss Audio and this is the same case with the Boss 4″x10″ speakers. They also double up as exquisite fashion accessories for your car thanks to some fancy color schemes and hues incorporated in the design. That said, here are some reasons why it would be in your best interest to invest in a pair of these – don’t forget to check out our page of the best 5-1/4 speakers.
Now if you are looking for 4 by 10 speakers with high peak power to crank up your system, you can’t do any better than the Boss CH4330 set which has a peak of 400 watts. This is facilitated by an effective three-way design consisting of a tweeter and Polyimide dome mid-range – per speaker. On top of this, the 90 dB rating is quite impressive for a speaker in its price range.
The downside is that you won’t get the best out of them by using a pre-installed head unit, which basically means that you will have to invest in an aftermarket stereo as well.
The one thing that gives the Kenwood KFC-415C an edge over the competition is the fact that you don’t need to invest in an aftermarket stereo, thanks to a decent RMS of 40 watts. They sport an effective two-way design that consists of an injection-molded poly woofer, complemented by 2-3/8” polyamide balanced dome tweeter.
It is a pretty sensitive speaker as well and at 91dB sensitivity, it was leading the pack of all products on this list. In addition to this, the 160 watts peak power should be more than enough to keep you engaged throughout.
Finding a flaw in the Kenwood KFC-415C 4×10 car speakers proved to be an uphill task even for us. Besides, they come cheap and provide unparalleled audio experiences; enough to get you all the attention. However, while these speakers topped almost every category in our tests, the power handling is nothing to write home about.
You would be forgiven for not knowing anything about Planet Audio as an audio system manufacturer. Indeed, the low-key company isn’t the most popular brand out there; but you certainly will be impressed by the quality of 4×10 speaker they produce. The Planet Audio TQ413 4X10’s are definitely a great option if you are on a tight budget and below, are a number of good reasons why.
Interesting enough, these speakers ranked high in sensitivity and in fact, are even better than the runner-up above, at 86 dB. Not yet convinced? Well, what about the equally impressive power handling of 400 watts? Moreover, these 4 by 10 car speakers pack an effective three-way design consisting of a Black Poly Injection woofer cone to cap it.
Planet Audio certainly did a great job in designing quality speakers and at an affordable price that doesn’t dent your wallet.
Pyle is a popular company and this can be attributed to the company’s knack for creating low-cost car speakers with bold designs. The Pyle PLG41.3 4×10 car speakers are not only designed to offer decent mid and high frequencies but also double up as great fashion accessories for your car.
These speakers have a lot going for them and topping the list is the flawless three-way design that is exceptionally effective at producing exquisite high and mid-range frequencies. This is enhanced by a 2-inch Polymer cone midrange, alongside a Neodymium dome tweeter. The peak power of 300 watts is also a feature that works to your advantage, especially if you enjoy turning up the music every now and then.
The only problem with the PLG41.3 speakers lies in the low frequencies, but the same can be said for other speakers in its price range.
If you’re looking for more midrange speakers be sure to read our review of 4×6-inch or 8-inch car speakers.
Last update on 2021-01-21 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API