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Just got (4) 6.5 inch aluminum cone top of the line Sony Xplodes to replace the stock cabin speakers and (1) 12 inch Xplode Sub for the trunk with a 600 watt Sony Amp. How hard do you guys think it will be to wire all the speakers & sub on the new amp and bypass the premium sound stock amp? I've done all my other installs myself and I would like to do this one also... give me some tips cause I'm not too familiar with audio installs.
 

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Ahhh. Good point. How about the two rears off the Sony and the front doors off the stock? That possible?
 

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I would recommend powering the front speakers and the sub off the amp. I personally wouldn't even run rear speakers, but if you want to, run those off the factory deck. But please, fade the music to the front. :)

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Good idea I suppose... never thought about that. I always assumed that if anything, let the back speakers handle most of the tunes.
 

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Speaker:

* aluminum woofer cone
* rubber surround
* 1-13/16" aluminum midrange
* 1" balanced dome PEI tweeter
* 2-way passive crossover
* frequency response 30-28,000 Hz
* power range 2-50 watts RMS
* peak power handling 200 watts
* sensitivity 90 dB
* top-mount depth 2-7/16"

Amp Specs:

* 60 watts RMS x 4 at 4 ohms
* 75 watts RMS x 4 at 2 ohms
* 60 watts x 2 + 150 watts x 1 at 4 ohms in 3-channel mode
* 4- or 3-channel output (no 2-channel output)
* Tri-Way capable
* requires 8-gauge power and ground leads
 
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