The 5 Best 4X10 Speakers for Your Ride

The 5 Best 4X10 Speakers for Your Ride

Best 4×10 Speakers Reviewed

If you’re looking to make an upgrade to your car’s audio system, one of the best places to start is by installing a new set of speakers. Finding the right 4X10 speaker can be a challenge as you’ve got to sort through plenty of makes and models.

Plus, you want to make sure you’re getting the best value for your dollar and you want something that’s going to last you for the years to come.

Below, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best 4X10 speakers on the market. You’ll be able to improve your car’s audio quality for years to come with some of the choices below.

Kicker KSC41004 4×10 Speaker

Even though the Kicker is the most expensive on the list, your money is going to take you quite far with an investment.

These speakers are expertly engineered, using heavy-duty polymer cones with Santoprene rubber surrounds allowing for smooth midrange frequencies. It’s hard to find speakers that will give you better sound quality and more accurate musical reproduction.

They have great bass response and the hardware to offer you deeper and more detailed music. The Kicker speakers have fantastic highs and lows, meaning your purchase is going  to be worth every penny you put into them.


Pros and Cons


  • Fantastic sound quality
  • Deep music and clear bass
  • Superior bass response



  • Low sensitivity rating
  • Quite expensive

Lanzar VX410 VX Speakers

Not the most popular brand, Lanzar are relatively new players to the game and can be outclassed by other high-class speakers.

The main reason they’re being listed here are the price. Many 4X10 speakers will set you back $60 at minimum, these Lanzar speakers save you half of your money.

If you’re someone who is looking for a slight upgrade to your vehicle’s audio system, then you really can’t go wrong here.

They are a good entry-level option for any beginner car engineers out there, so you won’t have to break your wallet in order to make the upgrade. They lack the power that other speakers have, but you can’t complain at this point.

Pros and Cons


  • Great bang for your buck
  • Easy to install
  • Significant upgrade over your regular speakers


  • Don’t provide as much power as other speakers
  • Lack a rich, deep bass you’d find elsewhere

Pioneer TS-A4103 Speakers

Even if you’re new to the car speaker game, you should recognize the Pioneer brand. They’ve been around for almost 40 years now and consistently put out some of the best speakers on the market.

With that consistency comes a great price and great quality. The TS-A4103 speakers are no different.

If you’re looking to easily and immediately upgrade your speakers, then these are a great option. Sound quality is solid all the way around, but can falter when it comes to the bass. That shouldn’t be a big deal if you’ve installed, or are thinking about installing, a subwoofer in your vehicle.

You’ll be getting plenty of crisp and full sounds with the high quality materials that make up the speakers.

They hit the mids and highs quite well, but will falter on the bass. If you’re not going to install a subwoofer, then you might want to check elsewhere.

Pros and Cons


  • Amazing value with a top-notch brand
  • Great mid and high sounds
  • Pairs great with a subwoofer


  • Clearly lacking with bass quality

Kenwood KFC-415C Speakers

You’ll probably recognize Kenwood as well, as they’ve been making speakers for just about everything. From in-home surround sound to ham radios, Kenwood has done it all.

You can’t be in business for a long period of time without doing something right, and Kenwood knocks the ball out of the park with these speakers. Don’t worry about breaking the bank either, as these speakers come at a reasonable price.

The speakers are quite sensitive and can handle a bit of power, perfect for those moments when you’ll be listening to music for quite some time. They can easily work with any low-powered car and keep on trucking.

Their peak power is also notably higher than other speakers, topping out at about 160 Watts. That means that can handle all types of musical frequency. They won’t produce amazing bass, but they do enough to get the job done.

Pros and Cons


  • Great value for a name brand
  • Very sensitive
  • Ideal for many different types of music
  • Very durable


  • Bass may not be strong enough for some
  • May not fit in all cars

Powerbass S-4102 Speakers

Ideal for music fans who have a stricter budget, these speakers are a perfect replacement for your factory-issued speakers in your car.

They come with quite a bit of power, rocking 50 RMS and reaching up to 150 peak output. These are expertly engineered, meaning they’re quite durable and great for the long haul.

For any DIYers out there, these speakers are very easy to install and don’t need an expert hovering over you. They give crisp, clear sound but like most 4X10 speakers, struggle with the low sounds and bass.

They do struggle with producing accurate sound when pushing bass through them, but otherwise are top-notch.

Pros and Cons


Clean sound, have a good frequency range

Quick and easy installation


Bass is just so-so

Occasionally buzzes at low-frequency sounds


Final Thoughts on 4×10 Speakers

Choosing which set of speakers to buy often depends on you, your budget, the type of car you have, and what you want to listen to.

As noted above, many of these speakers will struggle with the hard, consistent base that you would find with a subwoofer. If you’re looking for a more complete audio setup, consider investing in both. That being said, choosing any of these speakers is going to give you an immediate upgrade over your factory-issued speakers. For best results, pairing your interior speakers with a quality 5 channel amp to boost mids & highs, plus a class D amp and a sub like the Fosgate p2 12″ will give you the full range needed to really rock your ride.

When it comes to professional or DIY installation, check out YouTube videos to see if it’s something you could do. If you’re worried about breaking or damaging something, then take it to a professional instead.


Bryce Newell is an automotive enthusiast who loves to write about the latest news, products, and DIY projects. While Bryce is an amateur in the field, he is passionate about cars and has been since he spent weekends in the garage helping his dad rebuild a 68 Dodge Charger as a kid.

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