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Old 07-14-2009, 10:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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If anybody need this info it is for 2005 Chevrolet\Daewoo Evanda.

Rear speakers in doors are standard 13cm speakers with bolt diameter fi140mm. Lenght between two neigbor bolts are ~100mm. Hole in the door is fi 120mm so be aware thet speaker cutout dimensions arent larger then thet. Depth is enough for most speakers(original is 40mm deep) and is ~100-110mm.

Conector on the rear right door(passanger) is Yellow"-", Brown"+".
Conector on the rear left door(driver) is oposite Yellow "+", Brown"-".


For the front door speaker is 200mm, with bolt diam. fi 185mm and 130mm between two neighbor bolts. Hole in the door is fi 150mm(cutout) and depth is upto 110mm(be aware of window in down position couse it passes near speaker).

Conector on the front right door(passanger) is Light green"-", Dark green\white"+".
Conector on the front left door(driver) is oposite Brown\white"+", Grey"-".
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Old 07-15-2009, 07:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hi Oggy

sorry my english, not my first language,

i have a question about the sound quality after you changed the original speakers.. for me the original sound is good, but lacks on low frequency (bass).. did you notice a big difference with the new speakers (without changing the radio... I'm interested in the low's, if they sound more "round" )?
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sorry my english, not my first language
Mine either

So...why I changed speakers, especially rear? Becouse of lack of bass. I put Blaupunkt GTx 542 ,2way, 40W RMS, they fit perfectly.

On first listening it sounded thet old one were louder(left old, righ new), then I put new on left and it sounded thet right is louder then left(new-new). But after playing for 10-12h at midium-low level in garage they started to sound lot better. Now when fader is on -4 I can hear equally front(old) and rear(new) speaker seating in driver seat. I dont remember what was it before but I think it was more.

On the end, rear speakers now have more of bass...
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I did a complete audio upgrade on our Verona and am happy with it.

I went with Infinty Ref. components for the front. Went as far as putting the tweeters in the dash locations for a OEM look. The staging is sweet and though the highs are a bit rich. (It's nothing a resistor can't control.) We also went with a 12in sub by Infinty because they are very efficent and sound great over a wide range of music. After making a sealed custom enclosure that will double as a AMP rack and look good in the trunk we added the AMP. I chose a Blaupunkt AMP just because of the value and should upgrade but have yet to do it.

Maybe I should post some pictures.
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Hi,

does anyone know how to detach front door speaker grilles of -07 Epica? Should I pry out the grilles or the "chrome" rings around them first? Or do I have to remove the complete door panels?

The original speakers sound terrible and I'd like to get even a slight improvement.
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