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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Sunday, January 30, 2005 6:41 PM
thanks dave for making this a sticky and thank you me for asking him! haha i rock when im feeling good! <br>



Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Sunday, January 30, 2005 6:49 PM
yes! i made sticky!

*wipes tear*

thanks justin for askin. <br>


Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Monday, January 31, 2005 3:56 PM
*tears* no problem buddie!



Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Friday, February 25, 2005 1:22 PM
Dave Dunsmoor wrote:

Mark, of course you can buy them. If you're that bent on buying them premade then make an effort at least to find some, your best bet will be circuit city/best buy/futureshop. You could also get them at crutchfield I think.


Hate to burst your bubble but I have been looking for them. Why do you think I have been asking questions here? Anyway, since you obviously didn't read my post, I am looking for adapters that will allow me to fit my COMPONENTS in the front stock speaker location. All of the adpaters posted and the ones on crutchfield are for 5 1/4" OR 6 1/2" speakers...not COMPONENTS.

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But honestly, why waste the money? The thin plastic they're made of is not going to be very good for sound, making them yourself out of particle board will sound much better. Besides, it takes 30mins to do (not joking) and you can appreciate that you made it custom after you're finished.


Since I'm selling my car, do you think I care about the sound? And I know they are easy to amke, but for $15 I would rather pay for a set and have them shipped to me. That way I can do the work once they arrive and it is done quickly. Otherwise, I have to go to the store, get lumber, dig my tools outmof storage and make them. That is not worth my time.

If anyone else has seen ready made adpater plates for the front for 5 1/4" components, let me know.

Thanks,

Mark P.
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Saturday, February 26, 2005 7:42 AM
no, i dont think they make them for components. just buy the adaptor for 5 1/4 speakers and mount the tweeter somewhere else(like the door panel). the tweeter would probably sound like pretty bad behind the speaker grill anyways.

and if your selling your car, why not just put the stock speakers back in, sell the car, and then put the components in your new car?



Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Sunday, February 27, 2005 1:58 PM
I don't have the stock speakers...
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Tuesday, March 01, 2005 6:46 PM
so buy some cheap ass 4x6's. you could probably get some @!#$ty ones for 15 bucks and put that in there. dont just give away a good set of component speakers. if you dont want em, i'll send you my stock 4 x 6's and you send me the components. deal?



Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Friday, March 11, 2005 5:50 AM
is this still a sticky..?



Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Saturday, March 12, 2005 11:41 AM
figure this might help....

pic of a 6 1/2" mid in a stock q-logic kickpanel...yes they do fit if mounted from the back






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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Tuesday, March 29, 2005 9:20 AM
how about the speakers in the front dash of a 2nd gen j-body, a sunbird in my case... can anything be done to those? i got the car yesterday, and it has a set of JBL speakers in there, which still sound like crapp... any advice?
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Sunday, April 10, 2005 12:48 PM
ok, if you addressed this already, i apologize....

what about the smaller speakers in a GT sunfire? is that a tweeter? i'm sorry if it seems like a stupid question, i'm trying to learn, lol. also, do they make replacement parts that small? i've never seen em. thanks for any help.


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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Friday, April 15, 2005 4:44 AM
How deep of a 6.5 can fit in the door? I know the 4x6 in the door is approx 2", I was just wondering how deep of a 6.5 you can put in the door without cutting a hole in the carpet. Also, how deep can you go without the speaker hitting the window crank?

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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Friday, April 22, 2005 4:27 AM
ghostfire201 wrote:

ok, if you addressed this already, i apologize....

what about the smaller speakers in a GT sunfire? is that a tweeter? i'm sorry if it seems like a stupid question, i'm trying to learn, lol. also, do they make replacement parts that small? i've never seen em. thanks for any help.


if your talking about the little speakers in the front speakers, then yes, its a tweeter. not very expensive at all.



Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Monday, May 02, 2005 5:22 AM
what size are the tweeters in a 2000 sunfiregt?




Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Saturday, June 11, 2005 11:48 AM
What's the deepest height/depth a 6 x 9 rear speaker can be that will fit the in the rear deck of an 03 Sunfire without needing an adapter to help raise it up a little?
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Tuesday, July 26, 2005 5:14 PM
My 1989 front speakers are 3 1/2" and the rears are 6"x9"
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Tuesday, September 06, 2005 4:24 PM
What are the audio parts in the doors for 03-05 sunfires?



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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Tuesday, September 27, 2005 7:18 PM
i was wondering what is the deepest speaker can be for the doors?
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Thursday, September 29, 2005 8:08 AM
19sunfire99 wrote:

i was wondering what is the deepest speaker can be for the doors?


you can actually go pretty deep with them. You can also make your bracket out of any thickness to get the speaker to fit.....obviously you have to watch for clearance for the door panel, and the window inside the door. But it isn't all that bad.


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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Wednesday, October 05, 2005 3:21 PM
jsunfireGT2000 wrote:

what size are the tweeters in a 2000 sunfiregt?


How about the ones in the 03-05 Sunfires? Are they the same size?



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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Friday, October 28, 2005 8:58 PM
does anybody know where the pics are? i see that teh page was taken down.... does anybody have a backup or know the orginal page?




Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Monday, November 07, 2005 12:13 AM
I got the adapters for my 6 1/2 Infinity 6012si's from mjautoinnovations and installed those on my '03 Sunfire, but the door panel won't shut There's like a 1/2 inch gap between panel and the door.

Is there anything I could possibly do wrong???

ThnX in advance!
P.S. If anybody's interested, those speakers don't have much bass, but they sound very clear (compared to stock 4x6's)
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Monday, November 07, 2005 8:56 PM
Bringing this post from the dead. Anyone every purchased these before i bought from this company? http://www.mjmautoinnovations.com/saksct65.htm If not where have people bought 4x6 to 6.5" adapters from? I looked on ebay without much luck....


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Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Sunday, November 13, 2005 9:17 PM
I'm thinking of upgradeing my door speakers in my 04 to 6.5"

How well do these brakets work. And dose anyone have a guide to removeing the door pannels on a 3rd gen?
Re: Speaker Size Info(CLICK BEFORE YOU POST)
Wednesday, November 30, 2005 1:21 AM
i reused the factory 4x6 door brackets in my 05 cav just drilled some extra hloes wraped them in dynamat it worked great.

russ b take out all the screws in the door panel along the bottem there 4 or 5 i cant remember. dont forget the 2 in the arm rest.
now pull the panel towards you and up at the same time it should come right off.
oh i forgot if you have manual windows you need to remove the window winder. work a clean rag between the winder and the panel and "saw" until the little U-shaped pin comes out. the the winder comes right off

good luck



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