After Market Speakers

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by teem, Aug 24, 2004.

  1. teem

    teem Guest

    Was at Saturn today talking with the parts guy,he didn't have ANY solution
    there for those itty-bitty speakers on the upper door,I finally saw them on
    a Vue,if they're not a hassle,I'd like to get them from a Crutchfield type
    place,Anyone think those places would have Saturn stuff?.Thanks
    teem, Aug 24, 2004
  2. teem

    Oppie Guest

    The 'itty-bitty' speakers on the upper door are the tweeters (at least on
    the L series). There are woofers on the lower door.
    Check with a good aftermarket sound installer and get some ideas from them.
    It may be a few bucks more than going to crutchfield but these folks know
    their stuff. For that matter crutchfield has a pretty good tech crew that
    can answer questions.

    btw - what was that about 'Robinson robot'? Only one I remember was from
    'lost in space,' "Warning, Will Robinson..."
    Oppie, Aug 24, 2004
  3. teem

    teem Guest

    That clown warning people about GM ripping something off of the public,the
    caps WARNING,looked like a script,that's all I saying.
    teem, Aug 25, 2004
  4. teem

    Blah Blah Guest

    Crutchfield is filled with so much car audio equipment its hard to
    believe that they dont have what anyones looking for. I mean if you need
    something yadda.yadda shhh Yes, he needs some serious medication or to
    be committed. Best to ignore him to stop fueling his delusions. Thats
    where I got my speakers and they really pop. ;-)
    Blah Blah, Aug 25, 2004
  5. teem

    marx404 Guest

    teem, check out or crutchfield for your tweeter or other
    speakers. Many ppl have used them, they are great.

    ....and ignore "Mr.Fag", perhaps he will fade away, he only serves to troll.

    marx404, Aug 25, 2004
  6. teem

    teem Guest

    Hey!,I'm zeroing in on some speakers now,I don't want to get them if there
    is no wire lead right at the tweeter location,I pulled off that triangular
    cover & saw a wire connector,but,it looks like it's for the power
    teem, Aug 31, 2004
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