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Old 07-13-2013, 05:22 PM
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Originally Posted by kkreit01 View Post
In order to significantly improve the sound, you will have to spend a lot, or scrap everything. It's not easy to upgrade. All the speakers are crossed at the OE Amp. There is not a full-range signal in front. You can easily replace the dash speakers. This will help clean up the highs. The front doors are a major pain, and will take an amp and processing to improve a lot. The rear doors are drop-in full-range. I've spent a lot of time on mine in the past few weeks, and I'm still far from happy.
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I replaced the dash speakers and rear doors and it cleared it up some but it sounds like the stock amp is holding them back and they can go much louder.

I want to get a aftermarket amp, but it seems like a PITA to do.
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