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Old 12-04-2011, 04:30 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Installing Aftermarket Radio

Hey guys I need some help.

Ok I have already bought all the big pieces and just need to make sure I have all the stuff before I start taking things apart.

I have the NESA Screen, AVIC Radio, PAC SOEM-4, My Wiring Harness, the Backup Reverse Rear View Camera With Hole Saw Tool, Metra 95-7404S

Im pretty good with radios and stuff but I am super confused on is Replacing my subs. The bose ones that are on the back deck are making that crinkling sound and its annoying as hell.

I am very minimalist when it comes to things like this and I want to either buy a new set or replace with aftermarket.

I know they are 8 inches but what have you guys done in this situation? I dont want a box in the trunk so what are my options here?

Any suggestions?
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Old 12-04-2011, 05:13 PM   #2
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To find some aftermarket 8in subs . Whats noise are you talking about that the subs make ?
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Old 12-04-2011, 05:30 PM   Thread Starter #3
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You know when a speaker is ripped, that crinkling sound?
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You know when a speaker is ripped, that crinkling sound?
Ok yeah I hate that , my old 6x9s did the same thing .
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Old 12-04-2011, 06:39 PM   Thread Starter #5
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Well thats where the advice is needed. I just want to keep my old Bose speakers in there thats why i bought the PAC, but i want to replace my subs with what fit in there.
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Do you have 8" round subs, or 6x9 subs? Nissan used both, and there are no rhyme/reason as to which went in what car....mine were 6x9...
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Do you have 8" round subs, or 6x9 subs? Nissan used both, and there are no rhyme/reason as to which went in what car....mine were 6x9...
I thought they switched to the 6x9's in 07....
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I thought they switched to the 6x9's in 07....
I didn't think they were year specific, but I could be wrong...
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6X9 I want to think. I have to make sure.
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My 06 w/bose had 6x9's

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Default Re: Installing Aftermarket Radio

I've got a set of 6x9's OEM from an 08 SE if you need them. Let me know.

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Default Re: Installing Aftermarket Radio

My 06 SE BOSE (non NAVI) has the 8"s. Definitely check what you're rolling with and get back to us.
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