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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-30-2012 Thread Starter
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replacing head unit on mach 460 sound system

My 95 GT has the mach 460 sound system, the CD player which it below the reciever does not work anymore. I am going to replace the whole unit with a nice JVC or Sony. My question is will a regular stereo hook up to all the speakers in the car and what can I do about the hole where the CD unit is now when I pull it out?


2010 Convertible V6, White with Black Top, Automatic Trans.

1995 GT, Green, 5-Speed, Mach 460 Sound System

1996 GT, Black, Black Interior, Automatic.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-08-2012
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Yes all the speakers will play but u will need a special harness for them to play being that the car has the factory amps in them....the extra hole at the bottom i used for an equalizer but u can get a kit that will just "delete" that hole.

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