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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-11-2007, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
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1970 Kicker panel Speakers

Hey guys, I got my radio in from Custom Autosound and I wondering which speakers ya'll suggest for kicker panels.

My bf is going to make me a box with a sub in it to put in the trunk.
Hopefully we will get this going soon, as to I cant STAND to ride in a vehicle without music...
The radio is this one, but with a black face plate.
And I have to get a new radio bezel, its going to be wood grain to match the interior.
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thats some sexy ass shit right there. how into car audio are you? im guessing the kicks fit 6.5"s...

I have the older 5x7 version of these memphis mc6
love em... pretty cheap, sound great, take power. not really any low end but with my subs i needed a more powerful high setup anyways.

if you wnat a good sounding pair of cheaper components
infinity reference series
good intro component line. you will need an external sub for any components to sound good though

and please have your bf hide the sub... nothin worse than a nice looking classic car with big ass subs in the trunk and a flip out screen up front
your good half way now do it right!

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thats some sexy ass shit right there. how into car audio are you? im guessing the kicks fit 6.5"s...

I have the older 5x7 version of these memphis mc6
love em... pretty cheap, sound great, take power. not really any low end but with my subs i needed a more powerful high setup anyways.

if you wnat a good sounding pair of cheaper components
infinity reference series
good intro component line. you will need an external sub for any components to sound good though

and please have your bf hide the sub... nothin worse than a nice looking classic car with big ass subs in the trunk and a flip out screen up front
your good half way now do it right!
Yea, 6 1/2..
Hes wanting to fiberglass the box and paint it the same color as the car so it matches. And Im going to HAVE to redo the back...and put up a new board and paint that..this shit looks nasty..
And Im not putting any screens, or strobe lights, or any of that other bogus crap..
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yea... just take out the rear speaker... unless your ever going to have people ride in the back, rear speakers arent needed...

and damn those seats look brand new!!!! did you just recover them?

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yea... just take out the rear speaker... unless your ever going to have people ride in the back, rear speakers arent needed...

and damn those seats look brand new!!!! did you just recover them?
They are brand new...I bought them from a place in waco. The original were white, but looked exactly like the ones I have now. I wanted the interior to look factory..but, new...if that makes sense.
Thats why I am still doing the woodgrain..
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