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Kenwood PKG-MP18 CD Receiver with Pair of 6.5" Coaxial Speakers Bundle EXPIRED

thebbc1357 1,536 January 26, 2013 at 09:09 PM in Tech & Electronics (5) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 01-27-2013 at 01:00 AM View Original Post
Walmart has Kenwood PKG-MP18 CD Receiver with Pair of 6.5" Coaxial Speakers Bundle for $39. Select free store pickup, otherwise it's $0.97 to ship to home. Thanks thebbc1357

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#166
[QUOTE=dj-3lusion;57172442]are you in so cal?. if so can you install some replacement speakers for my car. Smilie I bought an amp to power the speakers but again havent done anything with both.

The front speakers of some Corollas are riveted in place. It's not a direct drop in. You may also need to obtain some acoustic foam to provide an effective seal between the front and rear radiating surfaces of the speakers. Be sure to connect the remote antenna wire of the Corolla to the receiver. Otherwise, your radio reception will be poor.

I normally don't do speakers (too much grunt work). I prefer head unit, amp/cross-over, and acoustic calibration of the sound inside the car. PM me if you still need help and/or guidance with the installation.
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#167
Just picked this up from wally-world. actually looks pretty nice. Will install it in my 04 focus whenever I order the bracket off amazon. My stock radio has been getting some dead spots in the screen so this will be nice. No need for the speakers though. Oh well.
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#168
Thanks OP

In for 1. I am so making a boombox out of this.
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#169
Quote from Haywood.Jablomi View Post :
Have you tried (thought about) hooking up to a PC power supply? My understanding is they are 12v and 5v.

Have had that project in mind for a few years, but have never got around to actually doing it. Already have a spare receiver and cd player in the garage, but it's a little overkill to have a home system in the garage. Would be nice nice to consolidate....

About 20 years ago my friends built a "portable" system for their panel truck. Basic plywood box with head unit and speakers....also doubled as a console and poker table. Was a nice little box for tailgating.
Hmmm...hadn't thought of using a PC power supply. I do have an old one around here someplace, I guess I can check the outputs on it. Just don't want to burn the place down trying to save a few bucks Wink.
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#170
Quote from TheBeeman View Post :
How can I tell if the speakers/deck would fit into a 2008 Nissan Xterra?
Follow the instructions I posted, as well as others have posted for a 2000, 2004, 2007 civic, as well as every other car compatibility question posted in the previous 10 pages... check crutchfield .com for what speaker sizes will fit your car. I always use it before doing an install on my/friends' cars.
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Quote from J1Simon View Post :
Picked one up for the work van, in store pickup order was cancelled, but ordered one with 97 cent shipping. As someone else mentioned, this is probably less costly than driving to the store and certainly less stressful than setting foot into the local wallyworld.
This will be a welcome upgrade from am/fm in the work van.
Does anyone know if these 6-1/2" speakers will fit a 6-3/4 opening w/o an adapter plate? It looks like it has the extra tabs on the outside..
Thanks OP!
My old Maxima had 6-3/4" openings, and I had the option of using 6-1/2" speakers in the car. I threw the 6-3/4" kappas in the rear, and 6-1/2' kappa perfects in the front. The bigger the cone, the better the bass.. but then again, you really want a sub for those lower frequencies, but I digress... yes, you can. Just use the other screw holes, or possibly drill your own if it doesn't come with a ton of screw configurations built in, like the regular kappas do.
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Quote from yeshu1984 View Post :
Yeah...I might try...I have a 2000 Honda Accord...saw a few videos on Youtube...doesn't seem too difficult while watching the video, however, when I try doing it myself, it might be more difficult..
Nope, it really is that easy, especially if it's just drop in, for the exact size fit. It took me a bit my first time (before youtube videos made life so easy). The next time around, when I sold my old Maxima, I took my system out... I removed my old amps/sub, wirings to all speakers, head unit and all speakers, and installing the OEM head unit back in, as well as all new speakers (low end), in under an hour....
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#173
I use wire crimps that are covered with shrink tubing for my installs. They go together neat, will not come loose. Afterward use some zip ties to hold the harness together.
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Quote from MonEl View Post :
Hmmm...hadn't thought of using a PC power supply. I do have an old one around here someplace, I guess I can check the outputs on it. Just don't want to burn the place down trying to save a few bucks Wink.
It's been many years (probably 10 or more.....man how time flies!) since I had that idea...back when people were putting mini pcs in their cars to have an mp3 jukebox. My company was just switching from AT cases to ATX, so I had a large supply of cases and PS to choose from. I even toyed with the idea of trying to mount the HU and speakers in an old PC case. Of course then I realized that I'm more of an idea guy than an actual doer!

Looks like there are now more than a few write ups and videos out there on how to do it.
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#175
Went to the store yesterday was priced at $88 on the shelf, the guy did a price check and it came up at $59.99 he told me they don't match the online price and I should buy it online for store pickup as soon as I went to that it went oos online does that mean this deal is dead or the guy was lying about price matching the online price
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#176
Is it worth paying to have these speakers installed in my 2005 Honda Civic? I mostly just wanted the stereo deck for aux input. Best Buy wants like $60 to install the deck and $80 for the speakers :C
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Quote from mk.ultra View Post :
Is it worth paying to have these speakers installed in my 2005 Honda Civic? I mostly just wanted the stereo deck for aux input. Best Buy wants like $60 to install the deck and $80 for the speakers :C
If they are the same size, speakers are ultra easy to install... just two wires. you have a pretty common car so I'm sure there are youtube videos if you need to remove door panels.
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#178
Just bought one in-store, $39.00 in 80226. They gave me a little pushback but eventually spoke to manager and he had no problem with it.
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Quote from burticus View Post :
Looks like a decent deal for those driving older vehicles and need some kind of tunes.

I've been toying with the thought of replacing the head unit in my 03 Mustang but I need a double din or it will look like crap. Aux in and MP3 playback from CD sure would be nice though.
I thought I saw a double din adapter on the site, also. But, I heard one could buy a 63/4 bracket to fit the 61/2 speakers at amazon...what do I look up or sku?
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Quote from ballershanelle View Post :
I thought I saw a double din adapter on the site, also. But, I heard one could buy a 63/4 bracket to fit the 61/2 speakers at amazon...what do I look up or sku?
I looked at a couple single din adapter plates on Crutchfield but was not really thrilled with the look of them.

Also, if anyone is not having luck finding this deal at Walmart, Amazon has the bundle for $78. Not as slick, just sayin'.

http://www.amazon.com/Kenwood-In-...d+PKG-MP18
Last edited by burticus January 28, 2013 at 02:17 PM
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