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pnp kit rear speakers

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I've heard from a couple people that have installed the PNP speakers.

They add a surround sound type listening environment to your current setup. Nothing amazing, just speakers behind you.

Great quality.

I guess you could upgrade the actual speakers, but bottom line, 5/14 speakers are still just 5/14 speakers. I tried to purchase the BEST 5/14 speakers, and they sound okay. (this is in my gf's car)

There just insn't any space for a decent, great sounding speaker box/system.

I've had fantastic sounding stereos, but always had the room to add whatever I needed. No so in this case, I'm happy listening to the engine and having the wind in my hair and sun on my shoulders.

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I just ordered and installed the Harvey PNP rear speaker kit in my '02 S about 1 week ago...

I would agree that it won't blow you away like some aftermarket systems, but I think that was the best $250 you can spend on audio. :clapping:

> the "surround" effect allows you to have more typical in-car imaging than without ... I have my fader set on 3 or 4 and it brings the sound more into the middle of the car [versus coming from the dash before]. Not surround sound as in home theater, but better imaging.

> I *think* I detect a little more low end from the door speakers ... but that might be perception stemming from the fact that I use the sys at different volumes now

> once wiring installed, you can always progressively upgrade portions of the system - i.e. high end speakers in the doors with a new amp, even upgrade the PNP's [which is what I plan to do some day]

Overall - I was ready to drop $2k on a new system, and this small investment and easy install has made me less antsy to upgrade the rest of the parts.

And - incidentally, I'm a reformed home audio nut who used to spend hours listening to and tweaking very high end home audio ....

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