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  1. Hey Guys, Got a 3 door 6N2 Polo, and my speakers went bust. During the time from when it went bust to replacing them, I realised my tweeters (the upper small white panel on door corners) were dying out slowly. I need new tweeters but I cant find them anywhere. Can someone suggest where I can get good ones? BTW, the stock ones have capicitors so I guess I should keep the capacitors and stick them to the new ones? i also measured the tweeter diameter at about 24mm. Even If I do find and get it, how do I take the stock ones out of the upper plastic door piece because it looks like I have to break it? And can someone send a link of them please? Thanks
  2. First off I’m new to all this so forgive me for any mistakes I make! Ive got a 1988 coupe s and I love the look and functionality of the original radio. Only problem is the sound quality is terrible. I’ve upgraded the two rear deck speakers to Rockford punch which has made a small difference. Front middle speaker has no wiring too it so I’m not going to use it. I’m set on keeping the original radio as it just looks right. Someone mentioned putting a modern radio in the glove box so it’s hidden but I’m not a fan of this idea as it means the original radio will be disconnected. Has anyone got any advice/ideas for adding something to enhance the audio experience. All the car amplifiers I can see are huge ‘chavvy’ bass boxes! Tia Miles
  3. hello I would like to know how to take the front door speakers off as they are rivet from the factory and are on their way out and what size will fit in the doors or what measurements should I be looking for please. secondly, what size double din stereo will fit in the dash seeing on ebay there are two types 6.2 inch and 7 inch thanks in advance.
  4. Replacing the dead old rear speakers in my '93 Polo, removal was easy enough but there were only 3 clips securing each speaker so I'd like to get some more. However for the life of me I can't find the right name for the bloomin things - it seems that almost everyone installs car speakers using self-tappers and spire clips whereas here we have 4 plastic posts moulded into the rear speaker housings that you slip these little Z-shaped clips over to secure the speaker. I've tried searches for about an hour using a slew of different search terms but just can't get the right word for them! Any help would be greatly appreciated! I'd rather not butcher the original speaker housing to screw in these new speakers if I can help it, like to keep things as original as possible.
  5. Has anyone got a picture of speakers in a centre console? Thinking about doing it myself
  6. Hello, I have recently purchased some Pioneer TS-G1731i Speakers (Ebay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/VW-Polo-2010-Pioneer-6-5-17cm-Dual-Cone-Coaxial-Speakers-460W-Door-Speakers-/331810660315?hash=item4d4174dfdb) to install in the front of my MK9 Polo. The speakers arrived today with the mounting bracket, 8 screws, 8 screw brackets and of course the 2 speakers with grills. However, I am unsure how to mount them (as I am no audio expert). Could anybody please advise me how I mount the speakers using 4 screws each. Photos of the bracket and speaker below; Thank you
  7. Saint Jimi

    Front MK2 Speakers

    So after spending a lot of the weekend trying to chase down electrical problems and not really getting anywhere I decided I'd do something that would yield better results. I have seen posts before about how people have put speakers in the front of their polos, and have seen some very impressive results involving cutting door cards and making speaker pods. I've gone a slightly different route and thought I'd show you what I did for those who (like me) didn't want to cut their door cards. What I've done is very simple and could easily be copied but is best explained with pictures. Using MDF I cut a piece 30cm tall by about 20cm wide (I didn't actually measure, sorry). I then jammed it into the door wedging it in a position that had minimal movement and marked out where the speaker would roughly sit. Took it to the work bench and cut a hole in the wood where I wanted the speaker to sit. Once I'd bolted the speaker into the wood I jammed it back into position (after plugging speaker wire to speaker) and used some firm packing foam to remove the little play / movement that remained. This would work better with speakers that actually fit between the sections of the inner door but I was working with the speakers I already had, and it works well. I've now put the door card back on and it doesn't snag the speaker at all, I now have invisible front speakers.
  8. Hello, I'm back once again. This forum is brilliant. I had no idea that a site like this existed that has so many people who are not only willing to help but also friendly and teeming with specialist knowledge. I'm extremely grateful for the people who helped me sort my handling issue. This time it's about my speakers, although working, they have broke up the material cone and so the sound is very distorted. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement set that sit in the corners of the dashboard like the existing set? I've found a set on ebay but they are 45 pounds! That's an awful lot. I was hoping to pay much less. This car is my budget run around and I want to try and keep it that way. Thanks in advance for any help or advice you can offer.
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