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Ok so here it goes I have a 1967 mustang and would like to have a nice clean stereo with good bass and mids and highs but I do not want a sub and would like to keep them under 1000 what would be a good brand


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If you're talking about aftermarket, I LOVE kenwoods. They even have a model where you can Bluetooth your music to it so no cable is necessary. Majority of all brands and models will hold great mids and highs, and some don't have a sub connector but only for 4 channel amps.

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Kenwoods are really good, I know a guy who swears by pioneer, I've personally got a pioneer deck with MTX speakers and it sounds fantastic. I don't remember how much bass there was in just the speakers though because I've got a sub in mine. From what I can remember it was pretty decent though.
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I've always used Pioneer head units with infinity kappa for mids and highs. They sound great, but you can't really go wrong with the bigger names out there. I've always wanted to try a kenwood because I hear good things about them also. Maybe my next build will be a kenwood. If you want good bass you'll need a sub or at least some component speakers. Check out crutchfield.com, lots of good info and resources there, not the best prices, but that's where I do my research.

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Depending on your budget im a big fan of alpine have them on my mustang and tacoma for speakers im using focal components.
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