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Akin
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Akin Mar 16, 10:38pm - #127006 
2003 Black Toyota Celica GT
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Stereo question

I have the "6" speaker GT. I am looking to do away with the head unit and replace it with a amp that will be hooked into something else. How many channels would i need for the amp to power all the speakers? 6? or 4? Basically, do the tweeters run off the 2 main speaker in the doors or do they have their own channels into the head unit?
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Psquared
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Psquared Mar 18, 3:42am - #127007 
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Don't really have an answer to that question directly, but typically a 4 channel would be what you want if you are gonna replace your door speakers. You just run 1 channel to each the front R and L then the crossover does the splitting of the power to the tweet and midbass. Then channels 3 and 4 to the back.
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Sultan
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Sultan Mar 18, 5:07am - #127008 

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I think a really good set of components for the front would suffice with a strong amp (300/2) to run them... disconnect the rear's and forget about them

- that system paired with an 8 volt preamp head unit and a premium subwoofer/mono amp would be serious
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