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Topic # 22015 13-May-2008 17:26
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Hey

thinking of getting a new stereo and speakers for a car.

just wondering on advice - not looking for a turbo awesome stereo, but it would be nice to have good sound that doesnt distort or anything, are the cheap speakers and stereos on TM, warehouse and the like still good(ish) quality?

any advice realy...

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  Reply # 130706 13-May-2008 21:04
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ur best to buy something from repco or supercheap auto as they will give u the best quality-priceand a good waranty should the sound distort but most speakers in cars are pretty good.

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  Reply # 131168 16-May-2008 09:04
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JB HiFi have got some cool stuff, and some really cheap prices as well.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 131611 18-May-2008 16:45
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have a car with the sony xplod stuff in it...all matches and there is a pretty good range to choose from. Warehouse and supercheap do the stuff. the sound won't win any awards but for $300 youll be away with CD/mp3 input and some speakers. And if you want to go boy racer later you can hook up an amp and sub on the line outs later :>)

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