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Old 07-28-2017, 10:44 AM
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Hey everyone, I have the studiosonic 8 track in my 66, and was wondering, do I have the studiosonic reverb system in my car, the speakers have a hallow sound to them. If I do where is it located, in the trunk? Under the dash? I would like to see it. Thanks!
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:04 AM
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Hey everyone, I have the studiosonic 8 track in my 66, and was wondering, do I have the studiosonic reverb system in my car, the speakers have a hallow sound to them. If I do where is it located, in the trunk? Under the dash? I would like to see it. Thanks!

Usually located in the trunk . A box approx. 4" X 4" by 10" and also a switch on the dash to activate . Had one in a '65 Bird conv. with a/m radio and rear speaker . Beside the switch on the dash it also had a switch like a dimmer switch on the floor to activate .
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:34 AM
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Yeah, I have no switches for it on the dash, or floor, I must not have it in my car, I will look in the trunk to be sure. There are a few unit on eBay, they go for big bucks. I figured since I had the studiosonic Radio they would come automatically with the studiosonic Reverb. thanks!
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Here is a website that I find very informative when it comes to checking out our classic Tbirds. Here is the link to your 1966. If you check the Optional Equipment link, you will see this is an Optional item...

http://automotivemileposts.com/tbird...lections.shtml
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