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XploShun

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hey do u guys know wt the WATT for the front and rear speakers

and wts the output of the stereo..

anyone who has a manual.. can u chek it out?

i dont have the manual.. and the toyota site doesnt have it...

mines the early corolla... still ZZ tho

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Hey, I've got the stereo in the face-lifted corolla.. and specs are as follows:

[AUDIO AMPLIFIER]

Power Output....17.5W per channel into 4 ohms

.......................1kHz at 1.0% THD

.......................Max. 40W X 4

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I'd say it got moved as it's about stereo;..Audio/video/electronics and wasn't posted in this section. :D

but its about the stock stuff of rolla...

pffttt.. anyway.. i got my replies... its all good~!! :D

pioneer P1Y and stock speakers - sounds HEAPS better

lot more bass and clarity!!!

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I'd say it got moved as it's about stereo;..Audio/video/electronics and wasn't posted in this section. :D

but its about the stock stuff of rolla...

pffttt.. anyway.. i got my replies... its all good~!! :D

pioneer P1Y and stock speakers - sounds HEAPS better

lot more bass and clarity!!!

Wait till you upgrade to some Pioneer TS-C160R's :D

*this thread does belong in the audio section :) *

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o yeh!!! since ppl is relpying!!!

wt are spacers???????

im planning to buy a HU overseas... n get it installed here..

read other thread... they said.. wif some HU.. u need spacers???

how can u chek whether or not the HU ur biuying does not need any spacers??

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o yeh!!! since ppl is relpying!!!

wt are spacers???????

im planning to buy a HU overseas... n get it installed here..

read other thread... they said.. wif some HU.. u need spacers???

how can u chek whether or not the HU ur biuying does not need any spacers??

the toyota headunit hole is bigger than normal size. they have a unique size (wider than usual). the spacers are to cover the gaps on each side after you have put in your new headunit.

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

Stock speakers will definitely be able to handle a new HU. Will also sound better than the stock HU. But how long they last is dependant on how you treat them. :)

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

because i said the toyota headunit slot is a unique size. its wider than standard double din size.

yer its wider.. i got a tray and side plates for free with my install

and yer i dont want those pioneer speakers.. they are loud but not crisp

im thinking getting high end rainbow splits OR infinity kappa

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

because i said the toyota headunit slot is a unique size. its wider than standard double din size.

yer its wider.. i got a tray and side plates for free with my install

and yer i dont want those pioneer speakers.. they are loud but not crisp

im thinking getting high end rainbow splits OR infinity kappa

Where did you have a listen to the pioneers?

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

because i said the toyota headunit slot is a unique size. its wider than standard double din size.

LOL, Sorry dude, wasn't questioning you're knowledge. :)

Was letting the OP know how to figure out if he needed the spacers or not. :P

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

because i said the toyota headunit slot is a unique size. its wider than standard double din size.

LOL, Sorry dude, wasn't questioning you're knowledge. :)

Was letting the OP know how to figure out if he needed the spacers or not. :P

:angry: :P :D

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

because i said the toyota headunit slot is a unique size. its wider than standard double din size.

LOL, Sorry dude, wasn't questioning you're knowledge. :)

Was letting the OP know how to figure out if he needed the spacers or not. :P

:angry: :P :D

listened to them at a few places so far

2 diff JB hifi and motoquipe

for the headunit - they only come in standard Dinn width .. the new toyotas use wider ones so u HAVE to get spacers for the sides .. what year is ur rolla? if u have the grey interior then i think you will be ok as this was before they introduced the wider stereo.

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How would you know?

If there's holes on either side of the HU when you install it... :P

because i said the toyota headunit slot is a unique size. its wider than standard double din size.

LOL, Sorry dude, wasn't questioning you're knowledge. :)

Was letting the OP know how to figure out if he needed the spacers or not. :P

:angry: :P :D

listened to them at a few places so far

2 diff JB hifi and motoquipe

for the headunit - they only come in standard Dinn width .. the new toyotas use wider ones so u HAVE to get spacers for the sides .. what year is ur rolla? if u have the grey interior then i think you will be ok as this was before they introduced the wider stereo.

ah ok... maybe it's just our ears, i personally find the pioneers very good in the high range, high clarity, rich... 'crisp'... it was pretty good with the music, now with the gun shots and aeroplanes blowing up (recent dvd headunit upgrade)... the speakers really shine :D ... certaintly not the best of course but bang for the buck :)

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