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Old 06-29-2015, 03:48 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by BkinBlk View Post
I'm not the greatest sound guy (I know just enough to get me in trouble), but I would say replacing your amp with a good quality aftermarket amp, might be just what you are looking for. It will have some adjustability for the speakers and output of speakers is much better. I would buy an amp, FARK (plug and play harness) and the mounting board. I love the sound I am getting out of my stereo.
Ya that sounds good. I am curious though if the popping sounds coming out of the front door speakers when the bass is high means I have to replace them, or if it will be fixed with a better amp. I actually enabled the speakers just now, and the popping sound is actually gone (for now). I doubt it fixed itself, maybe it will come back after a while. Still not a lot of bass coming out the front though.
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