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Prezo
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I have a Ford F-150. I recently got 2 10's and a 600 watt amp for them. I almost got my front two door speakers replaced. I want to make my truck's music as loud as possible. What are some other components to get the music loud?
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are you using a aftermarket radio ?
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GeorgeBush wroteare you using a aftermarket radio ?

I still have the stock radio, just subs and aftermarket doorspeakers.
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GeorgeBush wroteare you using a aftermarket radio ?

I still have the stock radio, just subs and aftermarket doorspeakers.

You're gonna want an aftermarket headunit. You'll be able to get a lot more out of your system with it rather than your stock radio. Take it easy on yourself though, as cool as it may seem loud systems aren't really as attractive as they used to be. If I were you, I'd just be aiming for clean sound along with some hard bass, but it's your car and you have full control of what you wanna do. Have fun!
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Prezo wroteI have a Ford F-150. I recently got 2 10's and a 600 watt amp for them. I almost got my front two door speakers replaced. I want to make my truck's music as loud as possible. What are some other components to get the music loud?

First bump up the amp, for my 10 inch subs i run close to a 1500 watt amp, also you are going to want to get an aftermarket headunit, stock headunits do not push a lot of power to the subs, You dont have to go crazy on a headunit, a single din JVC will do the trick, also after doing many audio setups I would invest heavily in a preimuim wiring kit, Trust me its worth the money, But even after that your sound system will still sound like crap, because you cant just toss subs in an expect factory speakers to work well, you again do not have to get the craziest speakers, but JVC or Kenwoods would be perfect. Hope this helped, but also on the speaker note, run your stock ones until they blow, get everything out of them, but trust me they wont last long.
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whats the year of the truck
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