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This is a discussion on amp and stock h/u within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hi all, i'm having a rockford-fosgate p400-4 installed with boston acoustic sl65 in the front doors, leaving the oem speakers ...

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    hi all, i'm having a rockford-fosgate p400-4 installed with boston acoustic sl65 in the front doors, leaving the oem speakers in the rear, but amping them. is this a fairly straight forward install for a qualified shop, using line connectors to amp the speakers? car is a 2010 wrx base. tia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by americanbairn View Post
    hi all, i'm having a rockford-fosgate p400-4 installed with boston acoustic sl65 in the front doors, leaving the oem speakers in the rear, but amping them. is this a fairly straight forward install for a qualified shop, using line connectors to amp the speakers? car is a 2010 wrx base. tia.
    Yes it is fairly simple using a line convertor. Although make sure your fade is set more towards the front as your factory rear speakers cannot handle the same power as your aftermarket fronts.
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    I'm not sure what HU you have in your '10 but the premium one for the '09s is absolute trash. Better to just get rid of the stock HU and get a quality input to that amp. Just my $0.02

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