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posted on 26th Feb 08 at 15:37

Cheers for that, some of it's very useful. I should have said in my first post that I've got C registered in '04 though

[Edited on 26-02-2008 by stewyd]


posted on 26th Feb 08 at 14:04

start with this

then look at this

then click my project in my signature

its not got a tutorial but does show what is required.

simply: remove the door pocket 7 screws
fit your adaptor plate you got from Halfords or other motor part store (~12?)

screw plate on top the door, screw speaker (once connected up) into the plate, hey presto! :thumbs:

in terms of what to get, your money speaks in audio. so chose a budget, and take a look what takes your fancy


posted on 26th Feb 08 at 13:19

Hi, I've just bought a new stereo - a Kenwood W7537U - which I had no problem fitting. Now though, I would like to replace the front speakers. I'm not much of an expert on ICE and have never changed any speakers before. I was wondering if anyone could explain to me exactly how to do this, or point me in the direction of a tutorial. Also, which size speakers I need and any mounting brackets/adaptors I would need to fit these speakers. Finally, what speakers would you recommend?