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Old 04-10-2003, 11:37 PM   #11
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DANG, the factory unit is like 100x times better suited to the factory speakers than that after market POS, now it actually sounds like a modern system. Bass has improved greatly, and so has clarity. I am SO happy with it

P.*. would anyone want to buy a Toshiba TX-904 head unit with all adapters to fit a bonnie (probally any GM car but not sure)?

P.P.*. Did I really say all that bad stuff about the Toshiba? I ment it was WONDERFUL and I am sry to by rid of it, and am hoping someone will give it a good home. Any takers?
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hmm There must've really been something wrong with that deck. Almost all aftermarket decks sound better than the factory one. :-/ Except I did notice in my buick when I changed out the factory deck I lost the booming bass from the 6x9'*. The delco deck made the 6x9'* bump quite nicely. Don't have 6x9'* anymore though. :-p
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Stock 6x9'* suck. MIne had no bass at all, if I turned the Bass half way up they would start sounding like crap. I have aftermarket 6x9'* 3-way and head unit.
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pre 92 H-Bodies had the 6x9'* in boxes under the rear deck. They sounded awesome for stock. They had enough bass to make the rear view mirror shake. My mom'* 95 Bonneville "premium" sound sucked horribly too.. The front 5.25'* in the doors put out a lot more bass than the 6x9'*. Alls the 6x9'* did were fart. lol.
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My 91 Bonnie has enought to make the rear view dance
LOL..to true Don, I still have the stock 6x9'* in the back...oye, they dance a jig all the time..even with the base way way down...scary almost.

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