Your Questions About 4×6

Richard asks…

What are the best 4×6 and 6×9 car speakers for the price?

I’m want replacement speakers for my 2002 pontiac grand am. Im looking for 6×9 and 4×6 speakers that have better bass response and better sound quality I’m also considering running an amp . What speakers should I get and amp?

kenspong answers:

NAXA NX-769 1000 Watt 6×9″ 4-Way Car Audio Stereo Replacement Speakers
Technical Details
Injection Molded Polypropylene Cone With Rubber Butyl Surround Edge
High Temperature 25mm Aluminum Voice Coil
40 oz Magnet
Frequency Response: 65-18KHz
Sensitivity: 92dB/W/M


Joseph asks…

What are the best brand of 4×6 speakers to put in my porsche 944’s front doors?

They will be hooked up to an alpine head-unit. Mostly looking for something that sounds crisp and clear, won’t distort at high volumes. Bass isn’t that important since its only the front doors, so something with good mids and highs. Price isn’t a factor, just want something good since its hard to find good 4×6‘s.

kenspong answers:

The reason it’s hard to find a good 4×6 is because when it comes to quality sound reproduction any shape other than round is inferior. A round driver has a consistent stiffness to mass ratio from the voicecoil to its outer edge. An oblong speaker on the other hand does not measure the same distance from the center all the way around therefore it creates more distortion along the longer sides because the stiffness to mass ratio is less than along the shorter sides. If price and bass is not priority and sound quality is, then you should look into a 4″ or maybe even a 5″ speaker. Morel makes point source speakers in both sizes. They are not cheap but quality speakers never are.

Sandy asks…

How to resize digital camera pictures to 4X6 without cropping or borders.?

I took a bunch of pictures with my digital camera I want 4X6 prints. I did not know at the time about the aspect ratios and all that but I can’t retake these pictures and is there a way to resize them without cropping and without having borders on them and the pictures still look the way they should be and not distorted?

kenspong answers:

Unfortunately, there will probably be some cropping (that is something to always keep in the back of your mind when framing the shot in the viewfinder…leaving a little extra space for that purpose).

When I have photos printed, whether I do it or have the local photo lab do it, I size and save them to print size.

What I do for cropping and/or printing in Photoshop is to open the copy of the original and +/- zoom to get the entire photo on my workspace. Then I click the “crop” tool (C) and set the photo dimensions I want in the width/height/resolution boxes at the top. (for example, an 8″x10″ photo to print: Width: 8 in, Height: 10 in, Resolution:300 pixels/inch). Then just click and drag the crop tool over the image and it will auto size the crop area depending on how far you drag. Once you release the button, you can move the area to compose the image the way you want it. Then save it as a different filename from the original. If my original image is “Family1234”, I save the new cropped image with the print size added Family1234_4x6, Family1234_8x10, etc.

I prefer to save as TIF format on a CD and have it printed at a photo lab. If you are printing at the “drugstore/supermarket/photo kiosks”, then you will need to save and print as JPG and can use CD/thumbdrive/flashcard/etc (whatever the store will accept).

Betty asks…

What does 4×6 inches and 9×12 inches scale out to?

Im doing a piece of art, and the picture im trying to draw is 4×6 and im drawing it on a 9×12 piece of paper. Im drawing grids on both papers so i can draw the picture to proportion. I hope you understand what im asking. Thanks.

kenspong answers:

If you double a 4×6 you get an 8×12. You’d just need to trim 1″ off the long side.

Mark asks…

How do I print 4×6 photos on Canon A1100 IS?

I’ve searched the user guide and can’t figure it out. A friend told me that Canon shoots standard in 4.5 x 6. My pictures are getting cut off at the top and bottom. I don’t want to print in 4.5 x 6. I just want to take simple point and shoot pictures at 4×6 and put them in a standard album.

kenspong answers:

As people already told you in your other question, you need to crop the photos to fit the ratio you want to print, in this case 4×6.

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