Adding an amp and subwoofer to a stock radio can be the easiest way to improve your stereo system in your car, if you do it correctly. For this vehicle where would I get the best frequency results from? If I do so do you think the stock amp will do the aftermarket speakers justice? I replaced the stock speakers and tried to get them amped. Choose a subwoofer speaker system and amplifier that fits your car's current system and meets your audio needs. You may want to get your signal from the speaker wires before or after the stock amp which is located underneath the rear deck in the trunk. So you can and are supposed to have your LOC installed along side your rear speakers.
It has the Entune system — non-JBL and no subwoofer but with eight speakers — but it sounded pretty disappointing.
How to Wire an Amp & Subwoofers Into a Stock Stereo
I have a Infinity reference a mono-amp and 2x Infinity Reference w Inch that I used in my previous car and I have all the wiring as well looking to upgrade in the future but its what I have for now: This converter can then be connected directly to your amplifier's line level inputs. Like if you have the Bose system? I have no idea why. References Basic Car Audio and Electronics: Some have that option.