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    If you are concerned about cutting and installing new rear speakers, I used this adapter and it's a super clean setup.


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    The speakers I have in my E36 have no issue with my Pioneer HU, so I wouldn't expect a normal amp to cause an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    The speakers I have in my E36 have no issue with my Pioneer HU, so I would expect a normal amp to cause an issue.
    To cause and issue .. or NOT to cause an issue ?!

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    i think they just sound amazing so i dont wanna get rid of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by agya4000 View Post
    i think they just sound amazing so i dont wanna get rid of them
    Are you serious ? Do you have the HK system i your E36 or just the normal one ?

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    actually the normal 6 speakers lol
    am not that greedy
    i just think the sound distribution between the tweeters midrange and midbass speakers is just perfect and am just afraid to miss with it.

    what are u running in your car ?

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    I changed the front speakers with kenwood ones keeping the exact size but higher rate (100W), upgraded the rear to 6x9" Kenwood 400W, plus one subwoofer in the trunk 1000W Kenwood. All powered by one Kenwood amplifier 600W that controls the front and rear separately (gain, LPF, HPF, etc..) and the sub.
    Believe me, u won't miss the old sound AT ALL ! Most probably u'll find most of the speakers already teared apart.

    And yes, here is my setup:
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    I use a laptop in the glovebox:
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    I'm still working on the GPS though .. what do u use for GPS ? any good maps for Egypt ?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Nice, you got those SW buttons working?
    u mean the Steering wheel .. nope not yet.. I still have a lot to do actually here is my list:
    - GPS not working still.. don't know where to start actually .. GPS antenna or plugins or maps ...
    - Steering wheel buttons, didn't order it yet.
    - radio I'm using carTFT working but its quality SUCKS.. need something that works with our FM .. Any ideas ? it's the same like the UK band.
    - TPMS system .. I just love it

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