removing the rear panel to install speakers

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removing the rear panel to install speakers

Postby jonnydav » Sat Sep 05, 2009 5:36 pm

I have a 3-door megane 03 plate and am wondering how to remove the rear panel to do this??? Any ideas....I am sure KYLEHIMSELF (another board member) was asking this a while back...

Cheers for any assistance!
Jon.

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Re: removing the rear panel to install speakers

Postby A13XDT » Sat Sep 05, 2009 7:27 pm

Take a look at the very top of the ICE section in this forum. I've got a sticy there with loads of pictures on how to do it.
You need to unbolt the rear seats, and the front seatbelt mount to begin with.
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Re: removing the rear panel to install speakers

Postby jonnydav » Sun Sep 06, 2009 10:51 am

Thanks mate!!! Much appreciated.

Do the same size pioneer TS..... speakers fit in the back section???
Shall I buy 2 pairs!?!

Are there any other custon make speakers that fit? Alpine? Sony? Rockford Fosgate?

Cheers for any help lads and ladies!!
Jon.

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Re: removing the rear panel to install speakers

Postby A13XDT » Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:30 am

You can fit a few speakers in the front, however you have to cut the rain guard away, so they may not last without a bit of engineering to protect them.
The general units people are using, myself included, are the TS-Q131C in the front. These come with tweeters for the dash too.
And then, if my memory is correct TS-E1396 in the rears. They seem to be paired pretty well, and I have the head unit set up slightly to the rear. Just because without Dynamat or similar in the doors, the door card rattles and it annoys me!
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Re: removing the rear panel to install speakers

Postby jonnydav » Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:34 pm

Thanks, you have been a great help!!! Cheers!

Jon


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