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Old 06-05-2006, 09:10 AM
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New car, need advice

Well after my Acura TL was stolen, I decided to get a new 2006 Honda Accord V6 EXL with Navigation.
It is a nice car, but the stock system in it pales in comparison to the one I had in the TL.
Now, I realize that just changing speakers in the car might actually sound worse than stock, I want to do something to improve the stock sound.
Touching the headunit/Navigation system is out of the question, but adding amplification and new speakers would be what I had in mind.
Now, I am pretty sure that the stock stereo puts out an equalized signal that is going to be hard to mess with. Would a JL Cleansweep be the best solution?
Does anyone know if the stock system has RCA outs?
What is the best way to proceed?
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Old 06-05-2006, 11:49 AM
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Chances of the stock system having rca outputs is slim to none. I would use the Audio Control LC6i + bass remote if the factory headunit has a equalized output. From there you can do whatever you like for amps and speakers.
http://www.mobileaudiocontrol.com/product.asp?Product_Id=222456&d_Id=17612&l1=17612& l2=
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