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    Icon32 Should I get an amp for my speakers?

    I recently installed 6-1/2" 3-way Kenwoods in the front and rear of my Suzuki Swift hatchback. The problem I'm having is that the speakers offer little to no bass and with the car being a little loud as well, I really have to crank up the volume to get anything solid out of them.

    My Sony head unit outputs 17 RMS per channel and I find myself turning the volume up to 24-25 to really "rock out" and the volume nob maxes out at 34. What should I do? Should I feed the speakers more power with an amp or just install a simple yet solid sub/amp combo?







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    Re: Should I get an amp for my speakers?

    first, Get a different headunit. Then, return front and rear speakers, Then seal front doors, then buy 6.5 compononts and a front stage amp for them. badabing great sounding speakers



    Being installed next week
    Headunit - Kenwood Excelon X792
    Front Stage - Audioque AQG6.5's
    Amp - Arc audio Ks 300.4
    Sub - 1 12" Audioque SD2.5
    Amp - Audioque 1200D
    150 amp alternator, dual batteries, all 0 gauge.

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