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I picked up the stock tweeters from the dealership the other night which didn't come with my car in the first place... was wondering if anyon eelse did this and if they knew of any easy install technique cause it looks like it might take some time <img src=icon_smile_sad.gif border=0 align=middle> anyway.. thanks..
 

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I don't think it can be done, dade. The tweeters were only available with the upgraded head unit, which includes a CD player rather then a cassette deck. The way I have seen after market tweeters hooked up are that both the tweeter and midbass are connected to an amp and they relayed back to the headunit. The upgraded stock Hyundai head unit has a built in 100 watt amplifier. Whether its external or internal is beyond me. That is what powers all 6 speakers. Check with Hyundai just to be sure. Depending on the year of the car, it maybe able to be done with ease if the unit can handle it and were designed for it, like the upgraded system is. If I not, I recommend buying a new head unit so you do not overload this one.
 

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I have a real good system right now.. i wanted the tweeters that went in the door.. they look hot.. heh.. anyway... ihave a 2000 GLS Elantra.. A Kenwood deck.. 400 watt and a 280 watt amp, 2 Polk Audio 150watt 5 1/4's and 2 Kenwood 300 watt 6x9's in the rear with 2 Pioneer 10's... so i have the power.. its jus tthe installing.. i've put stereos in cars for like 3 years.. never had to do something like this though.. just was wondering if there was an easy way to do it cause ill be able to do it either way.. thanks for the info though.. <img src=icon_smile.gif border=0 align=middle>
 

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Oh, my bad. I thought you had the stock 4 speaker system and wanted to do a minor upgrade. Well, the power is there. What I would do is buy aftermarket tweeters and buy the hyundai tweeter grill caps so it has a nice clean and stock look. But when you listen to it, it sounds great
 
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