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Custom Autosound 4001 Dual Voice Control Speaker, 1967-72 Chevy, Each
Custom Autosound 4001 Dual Voice Control Speaker, 1967-72 Chevy, Each

Custom Autosound 4001 Dual Voice Control Speaker, 1967-72 Chevy, Each

67-69 Camaro, 67-72 Chevelle, 1968 Chevy II, 1967 Malibu, 69-72 Nova

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Custom Autosound 4001 Dual Voice Control Speaker, 1967-72 Chevy, Each
Custom Autosound 4001 Dual Voice Control Speaker, 1967-72 Chevy, Each
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Fits Non AC models. These Dual voice coil speakers have up to 70% more cone area than the conventional dual speaker setup. This will give you improved bass response and power handling. Includes dual tweeters and can handle 140 watts. Both stereo channels hook directly to one speaker. This is the best sound solution for the original dash location we have found.

  • Dual voice control speaker
  • Fits Non AC models
  • These Dual voice coil speakers have up to 70% more cone area than the conventional dual speaker setup
  • Improved bass response and power handling
  • Both stereo channels hook directly to one speaker
  • This is the best sound solution for the original dash location we have found

 

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