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2005 Camry Set-up Questions

Old 05-15-2014, 06:34 PM
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Good evening all,

While replacing crumbling back speaker covers on my 2005 Camry I noticed the rear speakers were blown and I've decided to go ahead and replace those, as well as my front door speakers and head unit for a full upgrade (subs and amp will come later).

I am relatively new at sound systems but I have a couple ideas on how I want to proceed

Door Speakers: JBL GTO928 2-Way 6" x 9"

Rear Speakers: JBL GTO938 3-Way 6" x 9"

My concerns are do these speakers fit the depth of my car speaker wells and are they the correct ohms to match up? And are they even a good choice for my car? I thought the 2 way speakers in the door would interface well with the sounds of the 3 way speakers in back.

Also, I still need to pick a head unit, any suggestions? Ideally I need one that is compatible with the remote control upgrade to continue using my steering wheel controls.

Thanks in advance for the advice.
Old 05-15-2014, 11:06 PM
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Best way to figure this out is by going to Crutchfields online and looking up your car. They will also some nice head units on there as well. Steering wheel controls are a must for me and the head units should specify that.
Let us know what you decide and how those speakers sound!
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