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Hey, my 91 cavalier has 1 .5 din size and there are few of those on ebay, they're okay, but I want better selection. Is it okay to get a 1 din in there?,
I know I will make sure whatever one I get has mounting hardware....
what would I do about the extra space?, would I get like something to go around it?
I think is saw something like that yesterday at Wal-Mart, but paid no attention, I was in a rush....
I have some other questions also...
What all do I need to get a full system, and replace all stock audio in the car?
Also, could I buy it piece by piece? Like, the receiver first, install it, then the amp, save more money, then the woofer, then whatever, then get it instaleld, or could I get each piece installed one by one as I get them or would that sound horible?
My car has a short fuse, I think, because sometimes the radio comes on, sometime it doesn't....
Anyway, I mean, the stock stereo is pretty good, for a 91 car, but I want crisp, clear bass and I dont want it to sound worse when it gets louder, like most older audio systems we all own
So, what are some recommendations for this, like, what all do I need? I need a woofer, an amp and what else?
Thanx, Im not good with this....
Wow, this is longer than I'd hoped with a lot of questions, thanx in advance
i knew there was some kinda guide, thanx
Hey. My jeep has a 1.5 din also. The dash installation kit for a 1 din also has a .5 din / pocket (For like holding remotes or cds).
This is what mine looks like
Now what i plan on doing is getting a indash monitor for the main unit.
Now that little .5 pocket under the unit will be fabbed in toa slim cd/dvd rom for easy access to play dvd movies.
I didnt find much with that link, to be honest, almost every post was about car pc's...
What can i search for, in case mine is used and doesn't come with one, on ebay, mounting kit or something?
Have you looked at the subject matter of this site?Originally Posted by airmcnair06
It's all about putting a computer in your ride.
If you're wanting informationa bout replacing your car audio system, there are much better resources for information than this site.