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Old 11-29-2017, 01:33 PM
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Are the door speakers in the sony navi systems set up as mids? Would swapping say a p1 fosgate coax into the door crispen it up? All other things left alone?


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I never scoped the original L/O off the original amp. However, if you install new speakers, they're still being fed a clipped output, that you cannot change, from that Sony amp.

I think the only way you can get a clean true output to the speaker is by cutting the Sony amp out of the equation.

Hope that helps.
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Old 11-29-2017, 03:26 PM
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I never scoped the original L/O off the original amp. However, if you install new speakers, they're still being fed a clipped output, that you cannot change, from that Sony amp.

I think the only way you can get a clean true output to the speaker is by cutting the Sony amp out of the equation.

Hope that helps.


Thanks for the input sir!


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