Model S.4D (4 Door Speakers) for $999!
- Two 160mm/custom 1.2 Ω/250 W Full range Drivers with bass enhancement (front doors)
- Two 160mm/custom 1.2 Ω/250 W Full range Drivers with bass enhancements (rear doors)
Posted by Mark Howlett on Sep 26th 2017
I replaced the four factory speakers in my Tesla with the LH labs speakers. The result was nothing less than phenomenal! Deep bass and clear sound throughout the car. I give LH Labs nothing but the highest marks for this high-quality acoustical and high technology upgrade!
Posted by Truong Huynh on Jul 17th 2017
Great speakers, easy to install and replace the cheap stock speakers. Highly recommended. I'm working on installing the Sub.
great upgrade, easy to install
Posted by bob on May 29th 2017
Bought the speakers to upgrade my P100D. The difference was impressive. Much better bass response and clarity. Well worth the investment. Still waiting for my sub and amp and I will review them separately
Well made, a definite upgrade
Posted by sefar on May 17th 2017
I watched Light Harmonic's video on installation in my S car, and decided to do the install myself instead of hiring a professional. It is nerve wracking to pop of the first door panel, but the others were a breeze. I put the difficulty at about 2 out of 5 wrenches, but for 8 dollars in trim removal tools, it was worth doing. They went in easily and fit perfectly. Sound is better than my stock speakers by far, especially after adjusting the mixer. My stock stereo isn't uncomfortably loud, even at 11, but these speakers do seem to be louder than stock. Just holding the the old and new side by side tells you this is a quality product, and the stock speakers look embarrassingly cheap in comparison. Sound is crystal clear and noticeably better.
Great upgrade for my Model S
Posted by brian on May 8th 2017
Despite the long wait to get the speakers, the result is impressive - much fuller sound than stock Model S speakers, great low end response. Installation was realtively easy after I got the hang of it - I actually had all the plastic prying tools but found it easier to just pry the door panels off by hand starting with the top outside corner - getting the top row of clips off first and then working my fingers around.