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Can anyone give me any insight as far as what brand speakers that you replaced your stock ones with, fronts, rears, and tweeters.Wanting to get some that sound good. I know that the fronts are really shallow so i want some that fit without much modification to the mounting holes. Also does anyone know the speaker depth of the fronts and rears?
I understood that it wasn't that simple if you have the Infinity OEM system since every speaker has its own amplifier. And if you have the pillar tweeters then you have the Infinity system no matter if it says it anywhere or not. I too would like to add some bass to my stereo system but given all the talk about whats involved with the Infinity system, I haven't done anything yet. Stereo systems aren't my forte.
'01 2500 Sport 4x4 5spd, EZ, straight piped, no sillencer ring, aFe intake, 2 lo kit, Isspro Boost, fuel pressure, and EGT all on pillar, Westach Transmission/Differential temp gauge in dash pod, Raptor 100 with big line kit, Pac Brake, 285's
my last truck had the infinity system and it wasnt an issue at all. granted it was a third gen but still. if the infinity system scares you, just bypass it. run new speaker wires and put in an aftermarket amp. it will sound a million times better.
Agree with Danny above me I deleted the infinity in my truck and went all JL Audio with an aftermarket cd/mp3 player. Sounds 10 times better than stock especially with the 12" sub I installed under my backseat. Just the rich balance between treble, mids, and bass. Only mods that had to be done to install JL speakers was I had to cut out the tweeter grills in the a pillars and find the audio inputs from the infinity amps and hook up my speakers. Walla no more infinity system
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2001 Ram 2500 4x4 24v Cummins 6spd
4in. Turbo back exhaust, 95gph fass platinum, RV275 injectors, S&B Cold air intake, 550hrs. South Bend Single Plate Clutch, Much More to come
Just replaced mine with Polk Audio and bypassed the infinity amps. Run my two ten inch subs through a 1000 watt amp and the door speakers through a 250 watt amp. Sound is great! Especially the Polk Audios.
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