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toyota yaris 1 - new radio

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  • #1
    burzyk1992
    Level 5  
    Hello. I own a Toyota Yaris 1, 2003, 1.4 diesel, Japanese version. I want to mount a new radio. I have a few questions.
    - can I mount a new radio, so that the old one does not dump? (does not necessarily work)
    - what I need to buy to connect a new radio (some dice, new panel or something else)
    - it pays to replace the speakers on the front of the board and those in the door? Is it better to buy some new ones (eg to the rear regiment), or maybe both options?
    - how much it can cost such an exchange with a specialist
    - if I have to exchange loudspeakers, you can recommend them
    Thank you for your help and best regards
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  • #2
    MietekFighter
    Level 20  
    1. You can mount a new radio.
    2. You need an ISO connector for the Toyota, preferably when you take out the radio and see what kind of plug-in you have and then you will find the one on the Allegro.
    3. Speakers can be replaced of course if current ones do not suit you.

    Here is one of the radio installation options
    toyota yaris 1 - new radio
  • #3
    burzyk1992
    Level 5  
    Can you tell me which speakers are good?
    I do not know completely, and I would not want to buy cheap.
  • #4
    milejow
    Level 43  
    At the beginning, stop the replacement of speakers, connect a new radio and listen to it, then you will make a decision.
  • #5
    burzyk1992
    Level 5  
    the speakers at the factory radio in the middle of the volume scale are already grating, so I suspect that the new one will be similar. I would like to do it at one time and have it off my head
  • #6
    LWD11
    Level 31  
    burzyk1992 wrote:
    the speakers at the factory radio in the middle of the volume scale are already grating, so I suspect that the new one will be similar. I would like to do it at one time and have it off my head


    This factory radio has a weak amplifier, at a certain volume the sound is not clean. Current radios have amplifiers much stronger which translates into better sound. As a rule, the listening session is done after the radio is exchanged, then the decision about replacing the speakers.
  • #7
    Tomekck88
    Level 8  
    You have a fellow radio exchange:
    1-- see what power or how much Watt has a new radio
    2-- see how much Watt have your current in the car: you can find out from the catalog's manual of Toyota if there is,
    - or unscrew the loudspeakers and check their markings on the magnet
    3 - now if the parameters agree, for example, radio eg 4 X 60 Watt, and when checking your speakers you will find that they also have 60 Watt you can leave them,
    - it will depend only on you what effect you need
    4 - my suggestion, if you have a cassette, I recommend the radio https://www.morele.net/radio-samochodowe-lg-lcs310ur-438304/ I own this and do not complain 4 X 45Watt
    - loudspeakers http://www.audiopioneer.pl/peiying-py-1310c-i...lossing-with-with-60w-i-2-lata-gwarancji.html
    - I am playing, I would even give 80 W here but I could not get another spacing and I mounted such
    ------ from my side is advice if you have questions, shoot ...
  • #8
    Patrycze97
    Level 4  
    Hello gentlemen, I have a problem I have toyote yaris 1 from 2005 1.0 and I can't find the iso cable for the radio I ordered but it is a few mm too small.
    Maybe someone knows what to order?
    And now the question is important up or down the radio?

    toyota yaris 1 - new radio toyota yaris 1 - new radio
  • #9
    Tomekck88
    Level 8  
    Patrycze97
    Add some clearer photos
  • #10
    Patrycze97
    Level 4  
    I can do it tomorrow maybe because I'm on the road ... And so the radio connects to the main radio on top or the one which is the cassette because I still see iso but on such small cubes ... even with a plug down and I don't get it now this: // and not the first time I see that there were balls in the stupid radio haha
  • #11
    SZYMON BYDGOSZCZ
    Level 37  
    Patrycze97 wrote:
    I can't find the iso cable for the radio I ordered but it is a few mm too small


    Because it's not the cube.

    The power and front speakers are blue and the back speakers are smaller.

    This large cube is from the display on top.
  • #13
    SZYMON BYDGOSZCZ
    Level 37  
    Patrycze97 wrote:
    I ordered something


    This is it.

    Added after 54 [seconds]:

    Patrycze97 wrote:
    And now the question is important up or down the radio?


    Down is the radio.

    The top is an on-board computer and a radio display.
  • #14
    Patrycze97
    Level 4  
    Thank you very much the audio is boasting how everything will be ok; p
  • #15
    Patrycze97
    Level 4  
    toyota yaris 1 - new radio

    It is only on Saturday to connect the amplifier wiring and it will roar ^^