Custom Autosound Dash Speaker Dual Voice Coil Without Factory Air Conditioning 1967-1968

Custom Autosound: 4004DVC
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Product Description

Custom Autosound Dual Voice Coil Dash Speaker for 1967-1968 Mustangs without Factory A/C.

Get the best quality sound possible from the original speaker location with this direct replacement dual voice coil speaker. It has up to 70% more cone area than the conventional dual speaker setup. This will give you improved bass response and power handling. Both stereo channels hook directly to one speaker.

This dash speaker requires a modern stereo that has left and right speaker outputs. Original radios have a single speaker output and cannot drive both voice coils in this speaker.

Handles 140 max watts.

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Great Sound!!
Great sound and perfect fit. The install was still pretty easy without removing anything other than the glovebox door.
Steve C. December 4, 2012
Great sound and easy install.
Speaker is just as described, and sounds as good as a smaller/only one speaker can... with a dash pad vent and the dash metal frame in the way. But you also do get a good sound reflectivity from the windshield and fills the air well. It actually sounds much better than the old pioneer 6x9s I removed from the package tray. Then only install issue I had, that the description does not cover is that the speaker mounts to the defrosting vents peg mounts so you have to remove or break off the original speaker peg mounts in order for it to work... so I hope that I will never need those again or I am out of luck. I have this speaker hooked up to the Retro Sound radio (Part # CS4B) and did not have any issues with the wiring.
KM August 19, 2011
Make sure this speaker fits. My 68 Mustang doesn't have air conditioning nor does it show any signs that it ever had air conditioning. Measure the size of the speaker before ordering.
Mark July 6, 2011
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