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2001 Boxster S speaker wiring

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I have the same situation as you, when I first got my car it only came with a pair of dash speaker, I decided not to add a pair of door speakers, but add a rear storage compartment with builtin speakers. There are a lot of web article showing you how to install the rear speakers, and it is not difficult at all. I bought the rear storage case and the speaker unit from eBay at a reasonal price, and I upgrade the speakers afterwards (I believed the rear speaker should be a better choice than door speaker, since the sound came right behind your ears rather than under your foot.

I also found that it is easiler to install the read speakers than the door speakers, since you have to open both door cover panels to run your cabling and also you have to drill holes too.

Even though the rear speaker may be a bit more expenisve than the door speakers (hardware wise) but you can do it yourself on the rear speaker installation, while the door speakers may involve professional installation.

Go to ebay and you may find some good deal for the entire rear speakers and stroage unit

Good Luck

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