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Rob06

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I'm curious, I'm thinking about adding a whole new sound system in my car, I'm looking for great quality sound and deep base without investing in woofers, and I was thinking about getting components, 2 in the back and 2 in the front, how would that work out?
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You get distracted by the loud music crash into a lamp post and have to be scraped off a wall, loud music while driving isnt the best idea in the world. If you get ones with a good range then they will sound fine though. But if you are one of those folks that drives out with freinds and sits and listens to music out the back of the car get some speakers and put them in the boot. A good sound system sounds nice but they do distract you from driving and music isnt worth your life.
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Well yea, I'm aware of that but I'm looking for something with good range and I want to know what kind of amp I would need to run components in the front and back, like how many channels?
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