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Old 08-15-2010, 06:24 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks. That explains why the nice aftermarket 6x9 speakers I tried sounded worse (I reverted to stock - discussion). So while the HU can be changed independently, the speakers and amplifier must be changed together. Is this common knowledge among folks incrementally upgrading their systems? Does the 315W amp not exhibit such equalization? That might help explain your findings.
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Old 08-16-2010, 02:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I got lost after the first post. Just tell me what to buy and where to put it.
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Thanks. That explains why the nice aftermarket 6x9 speakers I tried sounded worse (I reverted to stock - discussion). So while the HU can be changed independently, the speakers and amplifier must be changed together. Is this common knowledge among folks incrementally upgrading their systems? Does the 315W amp not exhibit such equalization? That might help explain your findings.
Must have taken a few minutes to find those posts.

I think it's underdriven speaker syndrome. It's the wrong speaker for the amps capabilities. I loved the Diamond 661 and 361 components for the fronts. There's a link in the sig for an install. For the rears I like stock coaxials best. I did find some 6x9 quality branded speakers in our restoration projects but they didn't have the umph the stock rears did. Anyway my current 7" D971's in the doors really suprised me. The doors are deadened and there's a back wave pad in back of the door speaker. The rears are not in use.

I hate to say this but there's probably some decent low end coaxial pioneers out there that would fit the bill. The bill being a speaker that has better bass characteristics at a low power level.
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My right front (dash) speaker is blown, so I just bought this package for a good price. If anyone needs something, let me know...



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You should be ok with the dash and door speakers. The rears are hard to tell if they're the coaxial version or the version where they just added a center cone.

The radio will not have steering wheel controls. It's plug and play minus the steering wheel controls and changer. Not sure if the amp has the channel issue?? But it is plug and play so you can test it.

The radio also only will work with a 10 disc changer, and they aren't reliable. But pioneer ip buss changers can be used with an adaptor. The adaptor also has rca inputs. I've posted on all of this changer info.
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Old 08-18-2010, 10:36 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Was looking for pics for another post and found the instructions for an adaptor.

You can play the drums on those changers
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Old 08-18-2010, 06:15 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Thanks. The parts are:

- Infinity head unit (MR225577)
- Infinity amp (MR158402)
- 2 Infinity dash speakers (MR751693)
- 2 Infinity door speakers (MB954761)
- 2 Infinity rear speakers (MB954762)

I will probably just keep the one tweeter I need and sell the rest, so if anyone sees anything they need, please let me know!

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