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Posted by tonka530i on August 01, 2001 at 13:11:40:

Recently blew another speaker, that's two down. Mid-range in the dash, can't find replacements. Also, head-unit shorts out occassionally and can't seem to find where the short is coming from. So, I am looking at starting over car stereo wise. I've read a few things in the archives and on the site. I don't need a $5000+ competition system, I would be happy with just something better than stock that fits without cutting anything up or taking up the entire trunk space.

I am currently considering going with an Alpine CD7875 head unit (4x60watt) directly to Boston Acoustic Rally speakers (5.25" woofers in front kick panels, tweets in door posts, and 4.00" woofs and tweets in rear deck). These items are in my price range.

Also, would it be possible/beneficial to run the factory disc changer through the new head unit?

Any comments/suggestions/comparable equipment/etc. from some car audio gurus are welcome.

Minnetonka, MN
'94 530ia pfffft, pfffft, crackle, crackle, fade.......

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