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Old 03-10-2014, 07:57 AM   #1
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Factory replacement speakers for 06 GT.

Looking for an easy "swap" for my 06. I don't want a big booming system that breaks windows. I want great sound quality with little bass. I have a nice radio and such, but my speakers are acting up. Probably because it's 8 year old car. I want both door speakers and rear back glass speakers as well. Thanks in advance!
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I recomend Crutchfield. Great service and decent (not best but good) prices. When you decide also Google Crutchfield coupon code. They also give you whatever adapters you need and install instructions. I have bought a good bit from them and they do stand behind what the sell. I had a adaptor where the wire started pulling out of the harness and when I called them 2/3? yrs after I bought it they mailed me a new one n/c!
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I called them and they're gonna hook me up! Thanks alot
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Graham, theres a world of options out there with upgrading an audio system. Just choose some quality components, and with the help of professionals, the end result ought to put a smile on your face. I recently did only a front speaker upgrade on my car, and those alone made a worlds of difference. Anything is an upgrade over dead stock
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I installed Pioneer TS-D6802R 6x8 co-axle front and rear they sound great much better then the stock speakers and are an easy direct fit Got them on Amazon for a good price won't break the bank
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He advised me to get kickers. I'm also thinking about upgrading the subwoofers as well but I would have to modify the door and get new amps on both sides.
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Boston acoustics are worth looking into for great range.
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I have kicker cs68s in the doors and in the rear. Sounds a lot better!

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Kicker, Boston Acoustics, or Polk Audio
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Thanks for all the advise guys!
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