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    midbass/mids.....new system..help

    ok so i have a couple questions,

    im putting a system in my jeep cherokee, and for the rear doors, should i leave the factory infinity 6.5"s in (maybe good enough for rear fill?) or throw some midbass drivers in and get a 4 channel amp? are there any 6.5" midbass drivers and will it pull the stage back alot to have them back there? if so, i just want some speakers in the rear doors for the backseat passengers..

    has anyone bypassed the factory infinity sehit and what did you use? i just need something to make the factory headunit usable with 2 aftermarket amps and all new speakers, and to give good voltage from the HU. i like navones LOC but i dont know if any of them will work with the infinity/chrysler HU. i realize i will be doing all new wiring out of the HU to the amps and to the speakers, and power for the amps, etc. i may shell out for a new HU, but to begin with im throwing my money at speakers.

    thanks
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