well if you want real sound dont go with some thing less than 1000watt amp,spreakers ,ill go with kickers,
yea i realized that after the first day with the adapter but ive had it for about a year by now. and ive had the ipod on about 8/10ths volume. ill have to go back and try lower volume on the ipod.don't turn the volume all the way up on the ipod.
i've been there; for some reason when you max out the volume on the ipod and then play it through the cassette it gets staticy, especially with bass.
try putting the ipod around 3/4 volume, then turn the radio volume up. it'll at least sound better.
ok sorry about all of the audiophile technical jargon in my previous post. It comes down to this... if your speakers are blown, you should replace them; if your speakers are stock, you should replace them. I also think you should ditch the cassette ipod adapter and get a new stereo that integrates ipod functionality (via USB cable ibus, etc.). After you upgrade these basic car stereo components, if you still want to take your system's sound to the next level, buy a 4-channel amplifier to hook up to your new speakers. The difference will be like night & day. :bigthumbsupok im sorry but that was Chinese to me, no idea what any of that is, all i know is my system is all stock and i think i need new speakers cuz they r dying from over use. I would like to upgrade them to sound better but i dont have to