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What Speakers? Ive got one of these stereos, but i want to find some really good and loud speakers that would work well with it as i have blown my ones that came witht he car, can i just hook up any speakers with it?

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Excellent choice on head unit (stereo). I NEVER had a bad panasonic. First, you MUST realize that you can blow a peaker 2 ways. 1st, by giving it too much power (not your issue as factory speakers can handle ANY deck power you may have (IE 4 x 50 watts etc.)

The 2nd way is by distortion. This is the MOST COMMON reason why speakers blow. You just ccan't play massive amounts of bass from a stereo. Your deck will distort and burn up the voice coil.

So, really anything would work. I sold Cadence (not in active business any more) and I will tell you, they CAN take abuse. UYou can check them out at I'n not selling, jus recomending! You can check out my rides at and see what they are. The HURT/OLDS has componenet 51/4's giving they 15 wats RMS to each pair. Also took 1st in sound quality. Also have the sam pair in my van since 199!! Yeah, they last!

Take care,
Larry T
Winona Lake, IN

Posted on Jan 28, 2009


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