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Oct 21, 5:37pm - #54408 
03' GTS NEW CAR AUDIO...

Hi,

I have the JBL 8 speaker premium sound system (stock) in my celica. I was wondering if you guys could give me some info on what I can do. I dont want to add anything extra, like subs and what not. I would like to replace the factory speakers with maybe something that sounds with more range. I mean, they sound pretty good, but I just dont feel like they have enough range and go deep enough. Do you guys have any suggestions?

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Oct 21, 6:03pm - #54409 
why did you get the premium package and now you want to replace them? confused


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Oct 21, 7:54pm - #54410 
Well for starters you could go with a nice component setup with crossovers in the doors along with a nice set of 3-way speakers in the rear. Add in a decent deck and a 300-400x4 amp and you will have great sound. But after about 4-5 days the lack over bass and overwhelming high-end sound will drive you back to the local audio shop and have you screaming for subwoofers.

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Oct 21, 8:53pm - #54411 
get a strong pair of high quality components for the front, an 2 channel amp to power them, and leave the rear stock.

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Oct 21, 11:30pm - #54412 
Originally Posted by silver
get a strong pair of high quality components for the front, an 2 channel amp to power them, and leave the rear stock.
That's good but then you will be lacking bassLinked Image

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Oct 23, 2:26am - #54413 
Thats a pretty good system alreayd...maybe an amp and subwoofer...maybe 2

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Oct 23, 10:20am - #54414 
if all you want is more range than you should add a 10" sub run it around 80 hz, and put your bass down on your head unit so your stock speakers can focus on mids and highs which they do just fine. check out sounddomain.com they carry a sub called image dynamics, idq series, they are the most bang for the buck as far as sound quality goes, and get a amp. thumbsup

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Oct 23, 12:53pm - #54415 
Originally Posted by fastceli2001
why did you get the premium package and now you want to replace them? confused

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