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A speaker with a high diameter is louder and better for producing low frequencies. It will take more watts, meaning a higher power bill and more flat car batteries, but far better sound. But if your speakers have a very high diameter (anything more than 8") then you also need either another speaker that is smaller, a horn or a tweeter, because big speakers can't make high pitched sounds. -DJ Craig

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