Ken Harrison Radio Speaker In-Dash Upgrade 1967-1968
- Center Dash Mounted Speaker
- 2 Separate 3-1/2" Drivers
- For Use With Modern Radios
- Direct-Fit Replacement
Ken Harrison In-Dash Upgraded Radio Speaker for 1967-1968 Mustangs.
When it comes to the audio system in your Classic Mustang, most owners want a simple set-up but some owners want to upgrade for a better sound quality. Replace you’re worn out in-dash speaker with this high quality upgrade from Ken Harrison. This in-dash speaker fits in the dash on all 1967-1968 Mustangs that have upgraded the radio to a modern unit.
Ken Harrison In-Dash Speaker Features:
- 2 X 3.5" Coaxial 2 way speakers
- High Quality Paper Cone
- 25 oz. Magnet / 50 oz. Magnet Structure
- 1" Mylar Tweeter
- 1" Hi-Temp Voice Coils
- 140W MAX / 80W RMS
- Efficiency: 86dB (1W/1M)
Please Note: This in-dash speaker does NOT include speaker wire for installation.
Vehicle Fitment Note: This in-dash speaker will also work on 1967-1968 Cougars.
The in-dash speaker has two separate 3-1/2" speakers that can be finely tuned for the perfect sounding system. The speaker cone is made out of a high quality paper which helps with the sound travel. This speaker also features a 1" tweeter that helps with the high-frequency noise. This little speaker can pack a big punch with its ability to push out 86dB which is adequate for this small speaker.
*This is one (1) individual speaker.
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