That's what so great about an audio upgrade, its all good. You can do whatever you want, spend as much as you want. Tons of good stuff out there.
If I wanted a fairly cheap upgrade I'd just replace the speakers. But be careful, high power speakers will sound like crap when connected only to a HU. 50w speakers will sound much better for that application.
For a $100-200 more you can add a 4 channel amp.
The sky is the limit from there.
Exactly this. If you are just doing a simple speaker upgrade on the stock units. Then just get low rms wattage rated speakers. Dont think getting expensive high wattage rated speakers will upgrade the sound even bigger, unless your adding an aftermarket amp with it. I want a 12" sub now tho... Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
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