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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 08:09 PM in Tech & Electronics (5) More Walmart Deals
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Promoted 01-27-2013 at 12:00 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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#46
where and how do you install the 2 speakers in addition to the 2 we have in any car?
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#47
Solder the wires together, it's much better n cleaner.
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#48
so is this a good deal?

also, why are there 2 different types of speakers? i'm wanting somewhat better sound quality in my 240sx, and have some cheaper sony xplodes installed.
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#49
in for 2 thanks for the find!
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#50
Quote from RavenSEAL View Post :
Alright...here goes nothing...

Hopefully I won't cause an electrical fire or fry the entire electrical system of my car.
Disconnect the cable from the negative (-) terminal of your car's battery before you start replacing the head unit and speakers. This should also disable the airbag (SRS) system so you don't run any risk of accidentally deploying the airbag(s) while replacing the head unit (look at the Chilton's or Haynes book for your car or do a Google search to verify that your car's airbag system doesn't have a backup power that kicks in when the battery is disconnected).

The only downside to disconnecting the battery is that you may experience reduce fuel economy, and possibly reduced performance, for a few hundred miles or so while your car's engine control computer relearns its settings/parameters.
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#51
I have an oem cd disc changer in my dash too. Does anyone know if this receiver has a plug in the rear to accomodate this?
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#52
Quote from slickuserABC View Post :
This one is cheaper and is 60W :

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Boss-Au...jWYtCqO0*M
Yeah, I'm so sure that everyone on slickdeals is willing to sacrifice sound quality to save 10 bucks. Boss audio sounds 10x worse than a bad stock system. Its only worth buying if you're selling the car, and don't want to give them your current speakers/head unit (and want to make them pull a Vincent van Gogh)
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#53
went ahead and got one. if i dont like it i'll return it.

site is funky though, i'm not sure if my order went through or not.
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#54
how long does it take before getting a confirmation email?
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#55
will these work on a 2004 honda civic? i know those are a bitch to install
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#56
[QUyourc1cummin;57160634]I have an oem cd disc changer in my dash too. Does anyone know if this receiver has a plug in the rear to accomodate this?[/QUOTE]

Is it built into the old head unit, and do you actually have the space to fit this head unit into the dash, along with your old in dash CD changer? Some of the next paragraph will apply to you. And remember, pretty much anything is possible for car audio options, but it really depends on how much time you're willing to spend on the car install. I was hell bent on installing my old alpine head unit into my Acura TL with navigation system (to better control the sub/amps I installed) and eventually just gave up and put it in the closet. This coming from the guy who completely rewired every single piece of audio wire in the car, bought a jigsaw to cut the metal in the door frame and rear deck to accommodate my old infiniti kappas and kappa perfects (even made my own wooden spacers b/c they were too deep)

I didn't read the "in dash" part before writing the following (on a cell phone), but rather than delete it, some users may be able to use this info
I would assume so with the aux input. That being said, you might have to buy an adapter either from the manufacturer, or aftermarket, that usually costs more than this slickdeal. An alternative would to just use an MP3 CD, which will fit 12+ hours of music (depending on compression) which will be more than your CD changer will fit.

So, to sum things up, yes it can, but chances are it'll cost you, depending who made your car.
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#57
Quote from Lancerz View Post :
Who in the hell buys BOSS audio equipment lol. Kenwood is much better!
I bought this Boss head unit last summer and it sounds WAY better than the Sony one it replaced: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...03_s00_i00
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Quote from spike378 View Post :
yup! Dont cut factory wires like and idiot and dont use twister for wiring. Like he said buy your self a harness and solder the connection. The hardest part you probably come across is mounting the stereo into your mounting bracket in the car because every car is different and you might have to mod it a little bit.



soldering wont come off, these might and it is bulky too
Like I said, give them a tug. The way they are designed, there is a very little chance of them "coming off" if they are threaded properly and you leave enough of the wire stripped. These are also not too bulky. On the 3 installs I've used these on, their size has never been an issue. Well worth the $6 and change, and the trouble saved.
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#59
Quote from happyman992 View Post :
will these work on a 2004 honda civic? i know those are a bitch to install
Sure they'll work in the civic, but the speakers might not fit, which might be the question you may have wanted to ask. If you meant the latter, check with Crutchfield. com for speaker sizes. Changes are that these are too large, but a simple jigsaw cutting of the doors (or rear) will do the trick. Then again, with lower end audio equipment, it might just be cheaper/ easier to buy ones that fit. Aftermarket head units will work in any car.
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#60
Are these speakers flippable? like, at all? I want the head unit for the most part, which it alone is a good deal at this price.
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