up grade my stero

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Gadget Tech' started by Bens Dad, Mar 8, 2009.

  1. Bens Dad

    Bens Dad New Member

    I have a 94 burban that is very plain jane, it has 2 speakers in the dash and 2 in the rear roof, it has a plain ole am/fm , and to be honest it sounds terrible, sounds like a ole transistor am radio, so I want to upgrade, I would like a am/fm -cd, that will hook up to my exsisiting wiring,and fit in the opening correctly, and i would prefer a GM radio if at all possible, and I would also like to upgrde my speakers , but again I would like the speakers to mount where the exsisiting speakers are without a bunch of cutting ,any ideas would be appreciated , thanks
     
  2. SQSilverado

    SQSilverado New Member

    All companiesmake speakers that will fit in the stocl locations without cutting. As far as the radio, if you want to change it out to sound better you should in my opinion change it to an after market radio. the options that are offered are far better and dash kits will make any radio fit. Good luck man.
     
  3. One Bad Chevy

    One Bad Chevy New Member

    I have had excellent results with alpine and kenwood aftermarket decks. For highs in the stock speaker locations, i prefer rockford fosgate or memphis audio.
     
  4. silveradotrailblazer

    silveradotrailblazer Epic Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 5000 Posts

    Check out Crutchfield.com. They have charts that show you what fits in your truck and tech line is very good.:great:
     
  5. ct9a

    ct9a Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    If you have the same interior I do, then I don't think you can get a CD player in the spot of the stocker. Check crutchfield as mentioned, they sell kits that will replace part of the dash where the two center vents are that will allow you to put a single din sized radio in. They also sell a block off plate if you want to remove your stock radio.
     
  6. Bens Dad

    Bens Dad New Member

    ok so I tried crutchfield , and these guys are awesome , ordered new speakers for front and rear, and got a new alpine cd on the way, thanks alot
     
  7. SQSilverado

    SQSilverado New Member

    Hey good stuff man, hope that it is enough, I know that once I start to change things it's a snowball effect.
     
  8. ct9a

    ct9a Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    +1 on the snowball effect of modding a ride.

    Good to hear you got it all sorted out, I love Crutchfield. Let us know how it turns out. Some pics would be cool too.
     
  9. blueZ71

    blueZ71 Rockstar 100 Posts

    +2! I started off replacing blown door speakers, then I wanted them louder so I hooked up an amp, then I needed an aftermarket deck for preouts and a remote switch.. now I want some bass...
     
  10. Bens Dad

    Bens Dad New Member

    the stero was a breeze .Crutchfield sent directions that were so easy to follow that my 12 year old son did alot of the work and we were done in about 1 hour, but like blue Z71 said , now I need some bass, so next will probably be a powered sub woofer that I can stick under the seat. I didn't realize it but all 4 stock speakers were blowed out mostly from age looks like, but I also got the exact same size speakers so they would fit without any modifacations keeping with the stock look.
     

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