My suggestion would be to look up your local audio installer and have them check. There are options, and many folks on the site have had nice alternatives that fit right, look good, and sound exceptional. The factory systems were exceptional but the mechanics 15+ years later don't always last. My system is quirky in that on most occasions if I turn it on, one side of the speakers aren't 100%. If I turn off and turn back on both sides work.What are the options to replace a 92 Allante radio (receiver) and speakers? Can an aftermarket system be installed in the dash/speaker areas, or must the original system be refurbished? Thanks!
The center stack has just the head display of the radio. This is why the display is small as the receiver is not in the stack.. An Allante with a correctly working stereo is more of a freak occurance than normal. The design of the center stack makes after-market all but impossible.