|03-22-2012 07:07 AM|
|JimN||A good starting point for research (and possible purchase) is crutchfield.com. You can enter your Jeep stats and the site will show you what fits. I bought my Kenwood head unit from them for a great price, shipping was free, and they included the installation kit and wiring harness. I thought that was a pretty good value. I bought the speakers from BestBuy during one of their frequent sales. I wasn't looking to build a competition sound system, but I'm very happy with the results. INstallation was EASY and the whole system was under $300. Kenwood KDU-352, Polk dxi460's in the dash, Kicker KS525's in the soundbar, stock subwoofer. Main thing - I can connect my iPod and I get a little bit of thump, but crystal clear highs/mids and clean separation. Just a suggestion. And thank you for your service. LT-USNR-Ret.|
|03-22-2012 03:21 AM|
Looking in that direction now as well, I need a whole new audio system. Apparently some one thought I didn't need it while I was in Afghanistan so they stripped my whole stock stereo system...yeah they stole a STOCK system....I gotta get my tunes back.
2002 TJ Sahara - with a/c controls (in case that makes a difference in what head units and adapters I'll be limited to.)
I too need a complete new system. I'd like to get a list of parts, components, and kits available for a complete new entertainment system. Everything from a flat screen GPS head unit to speakers and an amp. I'd consider putting one or two ismall subs in. I want extreme quality at a sub-competitive volume range (cops are very strict about that stuff around here). Considering that the only music I listen to is country and rock I'd like to get a set of 10s that are made for that style of bass. Anyone have any suggestions or opinions on such subs? In the summer time my Jeep hardly sees it's doors and top so I also need to look into a more weather resistant sound bar, speaker covers, etc.
I just got out the military after serving 8 years. I was injured in Afghanistan and was medically discharged so I have quite a bit of time to finally fix my jeep and make a project of it. I have to find a healthy hobby before I go on and find myself in trouble and I don't want that. Just a heads up I'm gonna have a lot of questions and don't know all the lingo but I learn quick, so bare with me if you can.
I appreciate any tips that anyone may have and thank you for your time
|03-22-2012 01:10 AM|
|Jeeplover1||you bet and also you can goto best buy and get a real nice sony with removable face plate like i did. It has a USB port for charging your Iphone and also you can put music on a USB drive so you dont have CD'ds everywhere|
|03-22-2012 01:08 AM|
|lildrummaboy16||wow sweet thanks for the awesome feed back!|
|03-22-2012 01:04 AM|
this is a sweet one
|03-22-2012 12:54 AM|
with 5.25 inch speakers using an adapter plate
Read more: TJ front dashboard speaker upgrade? - Jeepz.com
|03-22-2012 12:53 AM|
|Jeeplover1||man its what you wanna spend! I had stock speakers in the front and they was wet from running topless i started the jeep while radio was on and it blew them.. If your going topless alot its safer to go with marine speakers Kenwood makes a good one.. soundbar just whatever you like there is nice ones on morris 4x4|
|03-22-2012 12:51 AM|
|lildrummaboy16||ok cool! and certain brand or size?|
|03-22-2012 12:49 AM|
|Jeeplover1||in the front i put marine waterproof speakers and a soundbar because the sound is amazing while driving with top off|
|03-22-2012 12:46 AM|
I need a speaker set up!
I have an 03 and the speakers in it are crap. Can someone help me figure out exactly what speakers i need if i was going to replace everything? I have done some research but speakers are so opinionated I cant figure out what brand to get. Try to keep the speakers in a reasonable price and any advice or reviews about products would be awesome!
Basically starting from scratch what speakers should I get for my jeep.