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Old 08-02-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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Sound system setup question

Hey guys,

I don't usually post in the Audio/sound forum (because I don't know anything about audio/sound setups) but since I have a question about it, I figured you could help me.

I have an E36 with the OEM setup. Yesterday I got a new deck installed. It's Alpine CDA-9887.

The speakers and amp are OEM and I'm thinking about upgrading them. I wouldn't want a crazy setup that would take 1/2 my trunk space. In fact, I'd preffer an OEM look with the amp hidden away yet powerful enough to support the speakers and possibly a subwoofer if I find a way to instal one without putting a huge box in the trunk.

What are my options? How many channels should the amp have? (The guys who sold me the deck suggested a 5 channel amp)

Help is appriciated,
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