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JBL wiring VS Stock

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Sgian, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. Mar 27, 2011 at 10:35 AM

    Sgian [OP] The sherbet is fermenting........

    Mar 5, 2011
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    2011 Sport DCSB Manual V-6 SC
    TRD Super Charger, AFE CAI, URD Cat-back exhaust, URD Short throw Shifter, OME 886 coilovers with Nitrochargers, Dakar Leaves, Desert Products UCA's, FJ TRD Anthracite rims, BFG AT/TKO 285s, Redline Hood struts, Weathertech Ventshades, Weathertech Floormats, Speed Dawg shift knob, Coupe solid shifter, Relentless all around, Eyelids T2, Mr Yo Rearview mirror lift, ejector seats, Rigid D2s front and back, Rigid Light bar in skewp.
    Is there a difference in wiring from the head unit to the speakers on the JBL vs stock systems? As in quality of wire, gauge and routing. The reason behind this question is that in the future (read a year or so down the road), I'll be planning on putting in a DVD head unit. Not knowing squat really about sound systems, would it be advisable for me to re-use the wiring and the JBL speakers, or just go with stock and rip everything out when I finally upgrade? I don't listen to music at high volume, so don't want/need booming woofers, just want good sound quality. I haven't even ordered my taco yet, just wanted to think through as many things that I might have for a desirement before I commit to my next truck. Thanks for any advice. matt
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