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Old 6th April 2004, 08:47 AM   #1
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Hi to all!
I have a little Autobianchi Y10 with 2 Kenwood speakers (2 way) anterior, with a 35W*4 JVC cd player. It runs optimal!
If I position 2 tree-way speakers rear mounted vertical on the panel and a subwoofer, can I obtain a good sound?!?
What type of subwoofer do you.....think?!? Normal or long....
And power?!?
I want to plug an amplifier for this speakers (sub and 2 tree-way rear)! Can I connect it to the rear output of the cd player with RCA plugs?!? What type of amplifier I need? three channel?

Help me, please!

Oscar from Italy
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Old 20th April 2004, 02:49 AM   #2
peet is offline peet  Thailand
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I would like to advise that the three way speakers isn't need but up to you.

At the rear of your car, you may install only subwoofer for increase some bass. this system is cheaper than yours and higher quality of sound.
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