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I have a 89 volvo 240 sedan i am looking to put in speakers in the back deck many sites say 6x9 fits but it seems that the info i find with people and volvos like a guy said he chose 5.25 because he didnt want to remove the back headrests. i even looked in the back and there isnt much room to fit a 6x9 , also there is a speaker hole right in the middle it looks more like a 4x10 but i could not find anything on any site about it. so what would you suggest?

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  • stanky74 Jan 01, 2009

    there are also tweeter holes , i was thinking of putting maybe 6" speaker component system and getting an amp maybe putting a speaker in the mid also but i would need at least a 6 channel amp ?

  • stanky74 Jan 02, 2009

    i am on a TIGHT budget really i am the air cond doesnt work if there was any but i would like something to sound clear (clarity) some bass i am going to be 35 i like variety and i have a 2.5 yr old and single lol ,(i am so analytical )which is good when money is tight i need a good pr of speakers i was looking at different brands at sonic electronix.com esp ones with free shipp . i tend to get confused because there is so much out there that i tend to tire myself and dont get anything. . ebay also but my problem is speakers and amp , so if speakers are ex. peak 180 watt and 50 watt rhm what size amp do i need, when i think i understand it i start looking at something else and get confused , im smart and i could do that at the makeup counter which most of the time i walk away until i know what i want, i want something simple , not overpowering , i care more about clarity , if that helps.

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6 x 9 Speakers Should fit in the Mounting space here. That Center hole is not used unless you have a Complete Surround System Installed.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 01, 2009

    Not Necessarily. I like for all the Power to be Clean and Clear so, I use Seperate Amps for Each Pair of Speakers when I Install. Works Great.

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    Travis Humphries Jan 02, 2009

    For the Money and Clarity--Rockford Fosgate is the BEST in Clarity and Bass. They can get VERY Expensive But, They have a Low End Line that is VERY Affordable. I am 36 and have'nt been able to work for a Year due to Back Problems But, I still Bought My amps Not very Long ago! Go To www.Crutchfield.com and check out their Selection. Their Customer service is OUT OF THIS WORLD Also! PRICES are Great and they Have Excellent Sales too!

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