2004 Camry XLE JBL radio speaker replacement

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Old 25 Sep 2004, 10:53 am   #1 (permalink)
Mook Johnson
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Default 2004 Camry XLE JBL radio speaker replacement

I am quite dissapointed with the sound of the factory JBL radio. I believe
the radio and the built in amplifiers are OK just eh speakers that do a
horrible job with female vocals.

Are there any references around that cna help me locate and change all six
factory speakers?

Also the location of the factory amps would ge good incase that doesn't fix
it. I'm willing togo al the way and install a brand new system top to
bottom.

Any after market value to factory JBL radios if I decide to sell it?



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Old 25 Sep 2004, 07:44 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 2004 Camry XLE JBL radio speaker replacement

I have the basic sound system on my 2002 Camry and replaced the head unit
with Alpine and found that everything sounds a lot better. The base radio
is too bass heavy and the speakers are actually not too bad when used with a
good deck. I have the Alpine 9813 model deck and its great.

"Mook Johnson" <mook@mook.net> wrote in message
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>I am quite dissapointed with the sound of the factory JBL radio. I believe
>the radio and the built in amplifiers are OK just eh speakers that do a
>horrible job with female vocals.
>
> Are there any references around that cna help me locate and change all six
> factory speakers?
>
> Also the location of the factory amps would ge good incase that doesn't
> fix it. I'm willing togo al the way and install a brand new system top to
> bottom.
>
> Any after market value to factory JBL radios if I decide to sell it?
>
>
>



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Old 25 Sep 2004, 09:46 pm   #3 (permalink)
Wolfgang
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Default Re: 2004 Camry XLE JBL radio speaker replacement

I agree that its the speakers --- they look just like the cheap normal radio
ones --- say JBL but still the single cone paper just bigger magnet. I plan
to replace the ones in my 03 4Rnr --- argh it has 8 0r 10 with the woofer
(which I have yet to hear).


"Mook Johnson" <mook@mook.net> wrote in message
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>I am quite dissapointed with the sound of the factory JBL radio. I believe
>the radio and the built in amplifiers are OK just eh speakers that do a
>horrible job with female vocals.
>
> Are there any references around that cna help me locate and change all six
> factory speakers?
>
> Also the location of the factory amps would ge good incase that doesn't
> fix it. I'm willing togo al the way and install a brand new system top to
> bottom.
>
> Any after market value to factory JBL radios if I decide to sell it?
>
>
>



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