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Sup guys, after lurking and gather some info i think i've come to a reasonable set up for my 1988 Gen 2 4dr Camry. I still need opnions though, heres what i had in my mind.

Head Unit: Alpine CDE-9845 or CDA-9847 (if noticable difference over CDE 9845) or Pioneer DEH 4700, I can get the Pioneer DEH 4700 for around 20 bucks cheaper than the CDE. I can't decide between them. Price = Pioneer DEH --> ALpine CDE --> Alpine CDA in increasing order. Is there noticable sound quality over those 3?



Speakers: I'm going for Co-axials as I'm not keeping this car for a long time (1-2 years) so they'll do just fine.

Stock dash speakers are 3 1/2" so I figure i'll replace them with Alpine Type S SPS-130A speakers.


Rear deck = 5 1/4" but 88LE (i think) said that I could fit in 6 1/2" speakers no problem, So I was thinking of going for Alpine Type S SPS 170A.



So yeah, thats what I had in mind, critique please!
 
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Should sound ok. If you were wanting a big improvement over what you have picked out, kickpods or door panel pods would be the way to go, to use a bigger mid up front.
 

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there's no point of putting in any front speakers if you have em there already leave em alone the rears will take 6.5' with some spacer.. i have a 1988 camry too. better off getting some tweeters and shove em in the door panel or something if you want any sound in the fronts
 

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Or...buy my door pods that will take either a 6-7" speaker.
 

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oh i see how it is...mine arent worth buying?



i love you too man....
 
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