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RetroSound R-65N Dash Speaker

Fits select 1958-1966 Chevrolet models: single 6-3/4" 2-way dash speaker with stereo inputs

MFR # R-65N

RetroSound R-65N Dash Speaker

RetroSound R-65N Dash Speaker

Fits select 1958-1966 Chevrolet models: single 6-3/4" 2-way dash speaker with stereo inputs

MFR # R-65N

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RetroSound R-65N used for rear speaker in 1966 Chevrolet Caprice Coupe

Crutchfield customer from Jamestown, ND on 5/31/2021

1966 Chevrolet Impala

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This is a great rear seat dual voice coil stereo speaker for retro vehicles that want to put in a stereo speaker where the original factory one was without cutting holes in the rear window deck or having unsightly box speakers there.

Pros: works & fits where it should for a reasonable price

Cons:

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Moderately adequate .

Crutchfield customer from Charleston, WV on 11/17/2020

1967 Chevrolet Impala

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A moderate replacement for a stock speaker. Obviously, they were weren't to concerned with sound quality 50+ years ago.

Pros: Inexpensive for a dual voice coil speaker

Cons: Not substantial sound quality.

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