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most aftermarket headunits come with 4x50W output (give or take). that will power your stock speakers with a little more than the stock headunit. you could run a headunit to an amplifier, but im not sure what power those stock speakers can handle. probably not too much.

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most aftermarket headunits come with 4x50W output (give or take). that will power your stock speakers with a little more than the stock headunit. you could run a headunit to an amplifier, but im not sure what power those stock speakers can handle. probably not too much.

Awesome!

Thanks mate. :)

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I ran an ALPINE head unit in my Camry with stock speakers, nice clean sound but lacked bass as it was so clean.

you might want to get some 6x9's and front clarion speakers for about $60 , they sound good and the 6x9 will give you good bass for about $160, worth changing.

7x10 makes it sound like a sub :D

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I ran an ALPINE head unit in my Camry with stock speakers, nice clean sound but lacked bass as it was so clean.

you might want to get some 6x9's and front clarion speakers for about $60 , they sound good and the 6x9 will give you good bass for about $160, worth changing.

7x10 makes it sound like a sub :D

Good call. Thanks!

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