What kind of amp? Multichannel for all the speakers or 2 channel for the largest?b14sleeper said:the first thing that you should do is get an amp that can power those speakers, because first off you have six speakers and a stock head unit, head units arent made to handle that many watts, but an aftermarket amp will :hal:
that seems like 'sound' advice .Punkrocka436 said:if you amp those speakers with more than 15 watts they will blow. Just start from scratch man. 6 channel amps are expensve. Just get a good 2 channel amp, and a good set of component speakers to replace the existing ones. You can still use the factory head unit with a Line output converter (www.davidnavone.com).
Amping the factory speakers is a bad idea, and a waste of money
(thanks for that tip)Punkrocka436 said:yeah, the stock speakers are only rated for about 15 watts RMS. Most amps of high quality will only go down to about 25-30 watts x 2 RMS, and that would be almost double the rating.
You will be much happier with new speakers and an amp. Give me a number on what your looking to spend, and i can point you in the right direction