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Hi there,

Upgraded my center dash speaker the other day with this one:
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It's a great little speaker - clean sound and no crackling/popping at high volume. This one is a 4ohm speaker - same as stock. Comes with a bunch of adapters, but the one in the picture worked best for me - just have to put it in the center of the mounting hole and drill 2 screws into the plastic. No issues at all.

Since it originally came as a pair, selling the other one because I have no need for it.

$25 + shipping in the US.
 

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Hi there,

Upgraded my center dash speaker the other day with this one:
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It's a great little speaker - clean sound and no crackling/popping at high volume. This one is a 4ohm speaker - same as stock. Comes with a bunch of adapters, but the one in the picture worked best for me - just have to put it in the center of the mounting hole and drill 2 screws into the plastic. No issues at all.

Since it originally came as a pair, selling the other one because I have no need for it.

$25 + shipping in the US.
Any center speakers out there that don't require any drilling?
 

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Nice and clean sound. It's definitely cleaner than the stock one and it doesn't make that annoying popping sound at high volume. I also run aftermarket 2ohm speakers and this speaker complements them nicely. The stock one is just way too cheap.
 

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Any center speakers out there that don't require any drilling?
I couldn't find any, even on Australian websites. The stock speaker is the same size, but the mounting plate it's molded into is specific to these Commodores. I guess if you have a Dremel tool you could cut out the old one and take a smaller bracket adapter and drill into the stock one, but I figured it's way easier to just take 2 thicker screws and save a bunch of headache.

It's honestly a 5 min task to drill 2 holes into the plastic - no one is going to see it anyway. I just used some string foam to eliminate any vibrations.
 
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