Ok, seeing that diagram its pretty clear i need to figure out how I want to do this. I was kind of hoping to keep the stock amplifier in the car and still have use of all 10 speakers, but that isnt going to happen the way the amplifier is set up.
What i've done so far is replace the front kickpanel speakers, and the rear midrange speakers with a couple of pioneer 2-way speakers.
I'm looking for some better sound quality on those speakers, especially on the bassline, which is causing all kinds of distortion and cloudy sound, which I believe to be caused by running 40w speakers on a 25w amp.
I'm considering bringing the leads out of the back of my head unit to my trunk via an rca cable I have, unless there is a way to keep the tweeters and whatnot providing sound.
The amplifier I have, when I attempted to hook up one of my RCA connectors, seems to have a little problem with powering anything. The head unit flickers along with the power switch on the amp, neither really turning off, and the head unit appears to play, but there is no sound whatsoever when I tap the wires for the stock amp and send them to the aftermarket amp. I think this might be either improper wiring, or possibly not enough power.
Any input or output from my speakers will be appreciated.
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