Re: [DML] Stock Speakers: (WasTo Cut or Not to Cut)
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Re: [DML] Stock Speakers: (WasTo Cut or Not to Cut)

   You  are absolutely correct. I bought some 3.5 speakers, that could handle 45 watts, but they would not work due to protruding center piece. Believe it or not, Wal-Mart has 3.5 speakers, no modifications required, but they max at 25 watts, standard 8 watts. If anyone knows speakers that can be installed in front and rear with high wattage, with no modifications required let me know. Issue: Finding speakers that can handle the higher watts of new stereos, but fits as-is in the Delorean?

Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
          They are easy to find. Make sure you get speakers
that do not have anything protruding beyond the frame
of the speaker in the front. The model numbers
change, but I have always been able to find speakers
that will fit.

--- Gary G <DmcGman@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On the subject of radios, I have seen
> recommendations for speaker 
> replacement in the past. I was wondering if anyone
> has recently 
> replaced their stock speakers with any of the newer
> ones out there. I 
> know replacements usually require some spacing for
> the fronts. Since 
> there are a lot of new speakers out there, has
> anyone recently 
> replaced the stock speakers with a brand or model
> they recommend? I 
> don't want a speaker box and am looking for a set
> that provides good 
> quality to replace the stock ones, and fits
> relatively well in the 
> stock locations front and rear. Thanks.
> Gary G
> Vin 3360
> New Jersey

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