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Noel
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Noel Jul 10, 8:27pm - #220836 

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Speaker system

I have a 04 GT and it comes with 6 speakers (i'm sure everybody knew that) I know that the GTS comes with 8 speakers, my question is, where are the other 2 speakers? I was thinking about getting 2 speakers and putting them in if it's not too much trouble.
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kevin2 Jul 10, 8:34pm - #220837 
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GTS speaker: 2 in the back and 6 in the front. passenger and driver side door have 3 speaker: the tweetis(1) and double speaker put together kindna like a pancake frown(2)=3

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Noel Jul 10, 11:21pm - #220838 

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Oh ok I thought they might be in the trunk or something so the GTS has like 2-in-one speakers? Not sure I quite understand that but thanks for the info!

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FloydianSlip6 Jul 11, 4:03am - #220839 

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there is a larger speaker with a harness for a smaller speaker to fit into in front of it.
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Haulin_A_Doo Jul 11, 4:50am - #220840 
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For anybody that doesn't know, the factory speakers in the 7th gen celicas are decent quality. If you lowpass your sound at say 200HZ, you can drive quite a bit of power through them with a decent head unit or amp.

The stock deck is just plain sad, once you low pass them & put the wattage to them they sound awesome.
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Chelica815 Jul 11, 7:04am - #220841 
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Originally Posted by Haulin_A_Doo
For anybody that doesn't know, the factory speakers in the 7th gen celicas are decent quality. If you lowpass your sound at say 200HZ, you can drive quite a bit of power through them with a decent head unit or amp.

The stock deck is just plain sad, once you low pass them & put the wattage to them they sound awesome.


I am not an Audio buff so I have no idea how to go about taking an advantage of my setup.

I have a 2000 GTS. I bypassed the stock amp and ran it to the back onto a Fosgate 800 Punch Amp. How do I go about setting it up like how you stated?

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ravertony Jul 11, 9:35am - #220842 
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the amp should have something called a crossover, look for a setting called high pass filter, switch it and adjust the frequency to around 200hz like mentioned, you should have like some knobs to turn, i dont know that amp so i cant give too many details
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Haulin_A_Doo Jul 11, 2:33pm - #220843 
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Sorry, I meant highpass.

You might have to buy a cross over, most amps don't have a highpass. The sony deck I have has a digital highpass built into the deck.

In short, you are cutting the bass out of the signal & running mid & trebble. Crank it up & those speakers get good and loud. Then you need some subs to carry the bass notes.
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