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Originally Posted by jonnieos View Post

Thinking about replacing the car amp/bass amp/subwoofers too and just doing a whole new system. Is that gonna be overkill or would I be able to get much louder/more clear sound? (I plan to get the trunk dynamated to stop some distortion as well.).

Depends on your budget to replace everything.

I'd start off with a good head unit, some good front speakers, and a good 2 channel amp to power them (have some rears of similar quality off the head unit for fill). If you're going to do sound dampening, do the whole car if possible. Or at LEAST do the door panels and trunk.

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