It's our birthday!!! One year anniversary!

Yes one year ago today there was a disruption in the universe that ended up in creating this community. As promised we have winners from our Birthday Scavenger Hunt.

Go to the following link to find out who and what the final answers were:

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By linderpat
#74390
Mine are shot - looking for plug and play. I have an 05 C2, non-Bose sound system (coupe). What should I use? I don't want to cut and paste or a project other than swapping out my dead ones for decent ones. I don't need top of the line either. Just decent sound.

TIA
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By linderpat
#74532
Thank you. Just what I was looking for :thumbup:
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By linderpat
#75330
Well, I went full factory - turns out it was the most economical way to go (as I said, I do not have Bose), and it is literally plug and play, which was my primary criteria. No worry about whether I got the right size, or need special connectors or rings or things. Total cost -- just a hair under $300 for both door woofers, both door mid-range, and the rear quarter speakers. I'll have them in a week or so, then pop them in, and get back to reasonably good sound for the talk radio and oldies I enjoy, and the CD's I like. I did not do the dash ones, because I think they are OK. If not, back to Suncoast for one more OEM purchase. I'll post the result when done.
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By linderpat
#78969
installed. All is well again. I have perfectly good rear quarters for sale. I replaced mine but didn't need to. These are literally a 2 minute per side plug and play. $75 plus shipping for the set.
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