Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 05:25:49 GMT
From: mohawknopsammscape.com (zeemune)
Subject: Re: Changing Radio Unit


On Sat, 3 Mar 2001 19:41:29 -0000, "ian.bell" <ian.bellnopsamorld.com> wrote: I have a radio repair shop and work mainly on saab. (Sidebar) My favorite saab system is from a 95 aero with a factory 150 ( ? ) watt harmon kardon amp. (Will be for sale in two weeks) . Back . I have a 4 speaker test bench with 4 large (two by four feet ) home stereo speakers that I think I bought from a garage sale years ago that I usually final test run all my car stereo's. Point is, that when I play a basic saab radio from 1980 to 94 they sound great, even without extra amp. Most speakers are 10 years old weather beaten from the sun,soda, milk, water, beer, sand, screws,dirt ,hair pins, tyco wheel axles. Your lucky to get 2 watts and the 40 to 15000 response is now 200- 3400 hz. Getting new speakers............ is's like getting a new tooth brush . >I would like to install a CD unit I had from a previous car in my 900 >Convertible but just like Volvo's the Saab has a non-standard audio unit. >Does anyway supply a conversion unit to allow standard car radios to be >fitted. Why do Saab and Volvo fit these odd sized units? The only reason I >want to change is that the satandard Saab radio gives very poor sound >especially compared with my Volvo which is worth driving just foe the sound >system. > >Anyway back to the main point - can anyone help? > >Many thanks > >Ian Bell > >

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