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My 2005 Legacy GT had an amazing factory stereo, for instance.

So did my college commuter car, a dodge neon, after I'd put in amped component speakers all around.

So did my college commuter car, a dodge neon, after I'd put in amped component speakers all around. I did it with the i Pod playing and the car not running so on the road I have to turn the volume up. Funny thing is my son and I did the same thing when we were installing an aftermarket stereo in his car.

But with the level of adjustment my pioneer head unit is capable of, i am getting better results than stock. Fellas, Why piss away on a Scoche adaptor when you can just as easily regulate HU output (and avoid overdriving Bose amp) by using the front-to-rear fader option on the HU? Now that there's someone else out there who has followed my same procedure, what do you think of the sound quality compared to stock? Fellas, Why piss away on a Scoche adaptor when you can just as easily regulate HU output (and avoid overdriving Bose amp) by using the front-to-rear fader option on the HU?

Now, I don't know about you, but if you're expecting to get your thrills from the miata's radio, you're obviously not using your car right...

My 2005 Legacy GT had an amazing factory stereo, for instance. I'm not sure I got the level adjustment right, though. I forgot to eject a CD that was in it before removing it.

I still think that buying a good set of component speakers with external crossovers and amping them is the best solution in terms of sound quality, but by the time you add up the costs of the amp, the speakers, extra wire, etc, you're easily going to spend 0 or more. For literally 1/10th the price, you can do this, get better than stock sound, and spend the rest of that money on a set of GC coilovers, a new set of tires, or a new header. I followed these instructions and it worked perfectly. I put the i Pod in the glove box and mounted the on/off toggle for the antenna in an existing hole under the glove box. I've had mine hooked up for over a year now and have never had a problem with distortion or engine noise pickup.

It may have not needed it but I wanted to be sure there were no leaks. Fit like a glove under the back seat of my 07 nbs Silverado extended cab.

I put the speakers in both front and rear doors as I couldn't find rear door replacements.... and sure are a lot cheaper than the dealer price... Original speaker was failing on the passenger door and this provided the replacement.

To replace required removing the plastic cover near the mirror mounting, the cushion from the door arm rest, screw behind arm rest, plastic cover around door handle, screw behind plastic cover, the lock/unlock button, and then lift the door panel off.

All you do is run one length of wire to each of the two poles of the switch.

Then cut the blue wire on your new harness (SWH in the terminology from the post above) that controls your power antenna, and splice this into it, with one end of the cable going to each side of the cut blue wire. Just make sure to use enough wire on each side of the toggle switch that you can mount the toggle switch wherever you'd like it to be. Exactly what I need to know and explained for electronic dummies like me. Now all I need to do is fine a reasonably priced aftermarket player that I can live with looks wise.