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Old 03-10-2005, 08:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking for speaker adapter, some might know it as speaker conversion kit. I have removed stock rear nokia speaker which I think are 5inc. I am replacing this speakers with phoenix gold 6.5inc.


Anyone knows where I can get this adapters. I will be very happy. Already searched the internet without joy.


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welcome to the forums.

you have nokias for stock speakers in an M3? you never opted for the HK's? in any event, what adaptor do you need? cant you just splice the existing to the new speakers? you can splice it or cut and sodder the ends.
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you have nokias for stock speakers in an M3? you never opted for the HK's? in any event, what adaptor do you need? cant you just splice the existing to the new speakers? you can splice it or cut and sodder the ends.
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Device that would help me adapt 5in fitment into 6.5in
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I've seen them go from big to a smaller speaker but never the other way around. I'm afraid you may have to cut the hole bigger to accomodate. Make sure you have the depth there, as you 6.5" will more than likely be much deeper than the current 5.25" speaker depth.
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