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Username: Davekom

Post Number: 1
Registered: Aug-05
First off, please excuse my stupidity. I've decided to add some simple 6x9s to my stock system which is a 4-speaker setup. They're listed as "2-70 watts RMS (210 watt peak)". I have 2 questions. Do I need any kind of amp to run them? And, How do I know if I can hook them up to my stock header? I'd prefer to keep it as stock as possible. Please, don't be insulted by my ignorance.
 

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Username: Homsardude

Post Number: 27
Registered: Jul-05
You don't necessarily need an external amp to run them. You can hook them to your stock stereo using the preexisting wires if you want. An external amp would probably sound better and you'd be able to get higher levels of clean sound from the speakers with an amp, but it's not required.

Are you adding 6x9 speakers to the rear and leaving the front speakers stock?
 

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Username: Homsardude

Post Number: 28
Registered: Jul-05
Or actually...check this link out:

http://www.crutchfieldadvisor.com/S-C7woi0KkFxO/learningcenter/car/speakers.html

CrutchfieldAdvisor.com has great guides that are easy to understand.
 

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Username: Davekom

Post Number: 2
Registered: Aug-05
Yes, I am add the 6x9s to the rear. So you're saying i can keep my header stock? I won't have any trouble hooking all 6 speakers to it?
 

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Username: Homsardude

Post Number: 30
Registered: Jul-05
OOohhh...misunderstood the question there. By 'add' I assumed you meant 'replace', sorry.

I'm not sure if there's any way to straight up add additional speakers to a stock system. I'm thinking that if you tried it would mess up the load on the amp in your stereo, so your best bet is to get an external amp.

Why are you adding them just out of curiosity?
 

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Username: Homsardude

Post Number: 31
Registered: Jul-05
And in the rear? That'll make for a really messed up overall sound. It'll sound like the band is always playing behind you.
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