You hear some difference but you won't get the full potential of your speakers if don't get a aftermarket headunit or a amp cuz the stock headunit doesn't supply enough power.silvabullet said:Guys I Want to spend around $100 with my discount. The speakers are probably $200 + . Will changing just the speakers do anything though???
do you highly recommend the Infinity Reference Component? Like you, I really want to keep the stock stereo for the time being b/c of 6 disc. And until I get afford a touch screen and navi, I will probably not run aftermarket HU. However, if I do switch over to aftermarket, will these speakers still be okay? i don't want to get ANOTHER set after. I will probably get an amp and run some form of a sub setup as well. does it hit well?D R E W said:Your wasting your time if your budget is only $100.
If your looking at getting speakers you'll need an amp to power it because the stock HU is only good enough for your stock speakers.
To get better sound you'll need to replace the factory speakers with aftermarket ones powered by an aftermarket amp and atleast a 10in sub & amp.
I spent $1500 for the 10in Infinity Basslink, 6.5in Infinity Reference Series Component system (Infinity Kappas won't fit the door panels), Infinity Kappa Series 6x9, Alpine 4-channel amp, parts, and cost of installation. If I had the opportunity to get 50% off and probably free installation the cost of everything still would have been well over $500. Of course I wasn't shopping for the best deals but my sound is crisp and solid still using the stock 6-Disc CD player. I'm looking into replacing the Infinity Basslink with the Infinity Basslink-T (3 10in subs) made for SUVs and hatchbacks but will fit perfectly in the Accord Coupe trunk.
Again, with only $100... I don't think it's worth it.