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Old 23rd September 2006, 10:26 PM   #1
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Default how do i do this?

I already have a rockford T1 15 and audiobahn a8002t. this bumps really good but i want to hear more voice. would it work to get a 4 channel amp and run each one of my speakers to it? would i just have to splice every wire? also how would i run the rca's? any suggestions under 100 bucks?
also will i be able to tell a difference in volume?

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Old 24th September 2006, 03:52 PM   #2
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would it just be better to get some new font speakers? would that make the music louder?
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Old 25th September 2006, 04:56 AM   #3
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Default Re: how do i do this?

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would it work to get a 4 channel amp and run each one of my speakers to it?
Would it work? Yes. Is this the best idea? No. When you amp stock speakers, you need to be careful with what you feed them, as they don't handle much power and usually have poor excursion capabilities.

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would i just have to splice every wire?
Yes.

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also how would i run the rca's?
Under the carpet seems like the best solution. That keeps them out of the way and out of sight. If you're asking where to hook them up, well, that would depend on your head unit.

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also will i be able to tell a difference in volume?
When you amp, yes.

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Originally posted by pat99
would it just be better to get some new font speakers? would that make the music louder?
thanks
Just because you get new speakers, it doesn't automatically mean that they will play louder. If it will be louder or not will depend on the efficiency of the speakers.

I think that the best idea would be to get new front speakers and an amp.
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