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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-02-2001, 11:06 PM Thread Starter
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OK stereo guys, I've got a 2001 GMC regular cab truck. I'm wanting more sound but I want to keep the factory stereo/CD. I had in mind to buy some 6" separates for the door and some 4x6 for behind the seats. I was gonna try and fit a box with a single 8" sub behind the seats and power it with a 200 watt 4 channel amp. Two channels bridged for the sub and two for the doors. I would power the 4x6s with the factory radio with some bass blockers on'em.

I don't want any stratospherically good speakers but some decent seperates in the doors would be really sweet I think.

Anyone make a box for a regular cab pickup? And how hard is it to tap into the factory radio speaker outputs. Would I need line level converters or is there a separate amp to the GM stereos?

Any ideas what I'm looking at as far as cost?

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-04-2001, 08:44 AM
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Your system sounds very solid. Most amps theese days have high level inputs so you should not need a seperate low level line converter.
Just about any good car audio shop should be able to make you a custom subwoofer enclosure.
I work at a very good one. PM me if you need the addy or number.
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