Cadillac Audio, Video and Security Systems Discussion, Fleetwood speakers in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; Has anyone replaced the speakers in their '94-'96 Fleetwood? The 4 ohm front speakers are pretty straight forward, but what ...
- 05-21-03 08:15 AM #1
Has anyone replaced the speakers in their '94-'96 Fleetwood?
The 4 ohm front speakers are pretty straight forward, but what did you do about the 10 ohm 8" speakers on the rear shelf?
It's time to start planning the stereo system and I could use some input.
- 05-22-03 07:21 PM #2
I put 6x9's in the back. They don't bolt up but I just put a couple screws in place and Zip tied the other side in nice and tight. Never gave me a problem. I had Pioneer 4 ways and they sounded great. Wired it in to the factory harness and left it at that. For the doors I did Pioneer OS 5.5 3 ways and left the stock tweeters. Only other thing I had was a 12 disk changer that was FM modulated. I wasn't looking for huge boom, just a nice clean, clear sounding setup. I was pretty impressed with the stuff I used.
- 05-22-03 07:40 PM #3
I have a 750 watt amp from a previous car. I was looking at Crutchfield and saw that they have 8" free air woofers, so I might run those in the rear. Not sure yet.
I'm just looking for input, while I save the funds. I'll likely do componants in the front. I might add a 5 1/4 componant to the rear door for the rear passenger to enjoy.
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