A client from Lehighton, Pennsylvania, brought his 1992 Chevrolet Camaro to Mobile Edge for a new stereo. The old speakers and amplifier in the car had failed. We talked about what kind of music the client enjoyed and how loudly he listened to it. After auditioning several different options in the store, we came up with a simple plan to replace his radio and install two sets of speakers at the same time.
With the crash pad removed from the top of the dash, we installed a set of Hertz DCX460 4×6-inch speakers in the factory locations. No cutting or trimming was required to make these fit. In the rear of the vehicle, we removed the sail panels from the factory 6x9s and their mounting plate. We created a new plate out of ABS plastic and bolted it in place. We added a set of Hertz DCX690 6×9-inch speakers.
We installed a JVC KD-R775S radio in the dash, using a standard GM adapter kit. This new radio gives the client iPod connectivity, as well as good, clean power for his new speakers.
If you want to upgrade the audio system in your classic car, then contact Mobile Edge here.