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Old 09-27-2013, 12:15 AM
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Default Head Unit Wiring Recomendations

I have an 02 quadcab I put a head unit and subs under rear seat when I bought it, And now I want to replace all 4 door speakers and add a 4 channel amp.
I have some little speakers in the dash also.
My question is, Can I only amplify the door speaker via going from stereo harness adaptor without interfering with those dash speakers?
I am going to run 50w RMS to each doors 5.25 (rear) and 6x9 (front)
So I want to run 4 sets of wires into the amp from the head unit and 4 sets out of the amp to the harness, can this be done easily without robbing my 6x9s of power by feeding and possibly blowing out the dash speakers??
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