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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-30-2014 Thread Starter
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A little doubt about my front speakers

Hi everyone!

2 months ago I blow my 2 rear amps and I get rid of those 2 and replace with one 250 watts RMS amp. I connect the 2 rear speakers and the mini-subwoofer to that amp. My front speakers go out of sound so I connect the 2 of them to the central amp, and now that amp powers the 2 front speakers and the door tweeters.

My HUD it's a Clarion, it's fine. My problem now is that the front speakers sound practically identical to the tweeters and it's very annoying, I equalized the stereo with the fader rear +1 to have a decent quality sound.

My doubt is this: The front speakers sound annoying because they're powered with the same amp that powers the tweeters or sounds annoying because they're one channel? Did they will sound better if I change the factory front speakers to some aftermarket ones (I have a pair of a "Infinity Reference" that I don't use) or even if I change the OEM front speakers they will sound exactly the same? (the OEM front speakers are one channel, my Infinity Reference are 2-channel).

Thanks forehand guys!

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Amping the factory speakers is not good because they can't handle very much power so i would just put in those new infinity or remove the amp from the stock ones. You don't need amps to run stock speakers with tweeters. Or look into a componet setup.
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