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02-27-2011 05:17 PM
npmizzi where did you buy those from
04-06-2009 01:06 AM
snobrdrdan
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Originally Posted by deckert05rl View Post
Where do you buy the panels with the tweeters in it?
I sent you a PM
03-04-2009 07:06 PM
deckert05rl Where do you buy the panels with the tweeters in it?
06-23-2007 12:54 AM
snobrdrdan yeah I don't know about that either....sounded fine to me the way they were

But then again, I'm not looking to win a audio competition
06-20-2007 10:48 AM
Alfkorda
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Originally Posted by American Rice
One note: If you go with non aas sail panels like I did, get a comp set (or just tweeters) with tweets that swivel - like I did. Due to the obvious difference in distance them to your ears, point the passenger one right at you. Point the driver one at the windshield, which will delay much of its sound enough to be in synch with the further passenger one.
i never thought of that should it make a big difference?
11-22-2006 03:04 AM
snobrdrdan Yeah you're right

If the Infinity tweeters didn't fit in the AAS panels, I was just gonna mount them in the non-AAS panels like you just said you did

Either way it's basically the same thing....just a different look
11-20-2006 09:17 AM
American Rice One note: If you go with non aas sail panels like I did, get a comp set (or just tweeters) with tweets that swivel - like I did. Due to the obvious difference in distance them to your ears, point the passenger one right at you. Point the driver one at the windshield, which will delay much of its sound enough to be in synch with the further passenger one.
11-06-2006 01:08 AM
snobrdrdan I don't know if you're familiar with him or not, but there's a member on here, OZERMAN, that works at Saturn of West Chester (Pennsylvania) & he works in the Parts Dept. & has been hooking us up with good prices on parts

PM him & he'll hook you up (that's who I got mine from)

He's got a set listed on ebay too in his dealer's ebay store....but PM him & talk to him

Don't bother with Saturnparts.com.....OZERMAN had the panels to my door in less than a week & at a better price!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ion-A...1108QQtcZphoto
11-04-2006 01:21 PM
xian That's awesome, man. Thanks.

I had ordered AAS, but it was holding up my car being finished for like 2 months, so I went without it. I've meant to do this, but kept forgetting. Thanks for the thorough how-to.

EDIT: Did you order them from a specific place online? I'm looking at saturnparts.com, but I'm unsure if they've actually got the AAS pieces, since they don't have actual pictures, just an illustration of the door.


Xian
10-28-2006 02:58 AM
snobrdrdan Added more pics to the writeup
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