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Montego Estate Rear Speakers

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  • [Wanted] Montego Estate Rear Speakers

    Anyone out there with pair of rear speakers for a Countryman Estate?

    Think mine have finally given up!

  • #2
    Originally posted by Tanya View Post
    Anyone out there with pair of rear speakers for a Countryman Estate?

    Think mine have finally given up!
    Don't fit second-hand speakers from another car - it's not worth it and the originals were hopeless. For less money you can buy some brand new speakers with five times the power which will fit - they are a standard size.

    Measure the speakers and buy some with the same screw pattern. The electrical connections will just plug in and you can screw the new ones in place. I always do this when I buy an old car as it transforms the sound quality of the radio for very little outlay.

    Something like this:


    • #3
      I agree.

      If you are doing the rears then also think about the fronts too if they are original, as the fronts are far more important than the rears for listening (in the front seats at least). - The Tickford Maestro Turbo Register - The Rover 200/400 (R8) Owners Club - My Rover Diesel Site