If you have lots of money to burn (A spitfire owner ? HA!) You might
want to check out the empeg:
Store you're entire cd collection on a standard size car stereo,
with no CDs or tapes to change. Made in England, even.
Personally though, I can't justify spending more on my stereo than I
did on the car.
Dean Dashwood wrote:
> Hi guys!
> Been out of the office for a bit, and just finished catching up on the past
> week's e-mails - you don't realise how many e-mail you get if you read them as
> you get them, one at a time.
> Anyway, it's been a while since I've seen a thread about car stereos, so here
> Has anyone installed a CD player without a multichanger in their car? Is
> room to get a CD in between the gearstick and the stereo on a 1500 Spit
> (single-rail)? I've taken a CD out to my car and tried to see if it would
> with the car in 4th gear, it's really close whether I'd actually be able to
> a CD in or not. If there's no room, I'll probably go for a multichanger, but
> I'd rather not because of cost and space.
> And another question - if you want to mount speakers in the panel behind the
> seats, at the sides of the gas tank, what's the biggest size speaker you can
> actually fit into this space?
> Dean (with no money for a stereo, but dreams, and Christmas coming up...)
Reed Mideke (who's tunes consist of two fresh glasspacks)