How to Measure Speaker Size?

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For a round speaker the measurements are determined by diameter, for example a 6.75in speaker is 6.75 in around the outside diameter of the speaker. For oval speakers such as a 5'x7' the speaker is 5' in one direction and 7' in the other. For detailed instructions on measuring speakers visit this link. www.howtodothings.com
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If measuring for a car, the round speakers in the dash or door are usually 4-6 inches. The oval ones in the back are 6x9. Measure from edge to edge, and if higher than the exact number, then round down.
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