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This is a discussion on will a decent deck make my am speakers sound better? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; You should still be able to use the 6-cd changer if you get a new head unit I believe.. Yeah ...

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    Registered User Th3Franz's Avatar
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    You should still be able to use the 6-cd changer if you get a new head unit I believe.. Yeah MB Quarts are nice speakers.
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    The are plenty of aftermarket 6-disc indash HU's out there. I just picked up my WRX last night and the premium sound just isn't anything compared to my other system. It's not bad... but that 6" sub does nothing. Oh well... one vehicle with a loud system is enough for me. Besides... after a few engine mods... all I'm going to want to hear is the roar of the four.
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