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Old 12-26-2003, 02:55 AM   #1
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Ok i was thinking, i would like a little more sound up by my head in the car. I was noticing on my moms sweet Bose stock system(2k Park Avenue) there were speakers in the dash (reflecting off the window) I was looking at some 3.5" speakers purty cheap that there has to be a way to fit them in there (side...center...doesnt matter) :P any ideas/suggestions? it sounds really nice reflecting off the windshield. And components are too spensive....
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You'll have to rip apart your dash and see if you theres any room up there. You'd want them to be fairly evenly apart and the same distance from any glass. It'* definately do-able, if you can find the space.
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Heres what ya need. I always wanted to see on of these in person, to see if it'* worth anything

http://www.jcwhitneyusa.com/webapp/w...&storeId=10101




DELUXE OVERHEAD SPEAKER SYSTEM
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6 quality speakers (two 4"-woofers, two 2-1/2" midranges, two 1" tweeters) in a single, low-profile housing that extends only 2-5/8" into your vehicle. Approx. 7" deep, unit has bass reflex port and is covered with attractive, durable black covering. Will not mount on roll bars. Frequency response: 50-20,000 Hz. 4-ohm impedance. Fits all vehicles with up to 52" wide roof (inside measure).
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Piece of crap MOS.....

Anywho it'* do able, but not easy. Might as well get a decent amp or some aftermarket speakers in the front, and use the front to rear adjust to modify your soundstage..
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