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NeCelica Nov 2, 5:07am - #315501 
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Stereo ?

hey guy..i'm just curious to ask if any of you own a deck that have a external amp instead internal amp for the deck...does the sound quality much better than internal amp...holla at me for those expert on stereo...
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pinoyricer Nov 2, 5:11am - #315502 

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it depends, if you use stock speakers, its not worth it, but if you get some good aftermarket speakers, you can definatly hear the difference if you add an amp. thumbsup

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Haulin_A_Doo Nov 2, 12:14pm - #315503 
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External amps are always the best way to go, but you want to match the quality with quality speakers.
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ragingpaseo Nov 2, 4:57pm - #315504 
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kenwood excelon 9 series are like that... thumbsup
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RevMonster Nov 2, 4:58pm - #315505 

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External amps are awesome, but make sure that 1) you have a deck with preouts for an amp and 2) you have speakers that will make use of the amp's power. thumbsup

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ragingpaseo Nov 2, 5:00pm - #315506 
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i think he is talking about a cd deck without amp built-in...
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ravertony Nov 2, 7:01pm - #315507 
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thereotically.. a deck with no built in amp is better since there wouldnt be any interference or limitations and stuff (lol) external amps from my experience sound the best.. i hope i'm right spineyes thumbsup
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ragingpaseo Nov 2, 8:13pm - #315508 
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^you're right sir, plus it generates less heat...
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Haulin_A_Doo Nov 2, 11:21pm - #315509 
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You can buy one with an amp built in & just not use the amp. No heat or interference is created if there is no current flow.
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RevMonster Nov 2, 11:23pm - #315510 

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Originally Posted by Haulin_A_Doo
You can buy one with an amp built in & just not use the amp. No heat or interference is created if there is no current flow.


Exactly. Just use the pre-outs to connect your amp(s), don't use the stereo's speaker jacks. thumbsup

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hefner Nov 3, 2:03am - #315511 
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dont they have like preamped speakers too?? you know????

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RookieGTS Nov 3, 2:17am - #315512 

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I have my Alpine deck pushing my tweeters and my mids and my external amp is pushing my subs! thumbsup
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