Re: Rear Speakers
Its REAL easy... just make an adapter out of a sheet of plywood, use the grills from the speakers you bought, you can paint them to match interior, I did. Also try to find some 6x9 speaker baffles so you will get better bass, or if you cant find those... jam the hole full of cloth or insulation or whatever to give you the deeper bass... I highly recommend finding 6x9 baffles though, they are cheap $20 a set, any auto-stereo place should have them.
I have Boston Acoustic RM-9-s in the back being driver by a Kenwood 75x2 amp.... sounds real good... I also haveRally 6 1/2" components BA's in the doors with the 1 inch tweeter cut into the dash... sounds good.. Kenwood KDC-6009 head unit...
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