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Installing HiFi Tweeters at the rear seats of an e93
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Installing HiFi Tweeters at the rear seats of an e93

Hi all,

A few weeks ago, I installed a pair of 2-ways HiFi speakers on my e93.
This car is a little bit special because you cannot install speakers at the rear tray so your only bet is the cards of the rear part.

Here you can see how easy is to install them.

As I know, this comes with all variants at the USA-Specs cars but there are many countries where you don't have them.

The only tools you will need are:
- Torx screw driver
- Hand drill (Dremmel or similar)
- Sharp cutter (I have used a scalpel)

Remember that you can watch it in HD

For getting the best performance, you should install another Amp for the rear part, I am not sure to do this so I have choose the HiFi kit. But if you are going to use the Logic 7 spares, better you get an amplifier.

I have installed them because I wanted more treble at the rear part, and also because my PDC dongs were very low (now they are much better)

This is also a great complement to your HiFi front system and your Professional Head Unit with Bluetooth and USB

Kind regards and enjoy it!
Why don't do it by your self?
Retrofitting is always possible!
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