i agree but i didnt kno wat model civic he had, so i didnt kno if it came with stock tweeter locations...if it has tweeter locations, id get componentsOriginally posted by "SickCiViC"
i say get a component system to replace the front doors, and replace the stock rear speakers with better quality aftermarkets, and power them all off the same......say 400? watt amp(depending on speaker brand/power, and on amp brand/power that u choose)...this way your mids and highs will not take away from each other (as mentioned by nbj1485) too much. the components r going to be LOUD and HIGH anyways. it will just greatly enhance the clarity and sound. then for the sub i'd recommend probably 2 12"s, 10"s or one large 15"? in a ported box if you want louder, hard hitting bass. put em in a sealed box if you'd rather have cleaner sounding, but a lil bit softer/lighter bass.
you'll prolly need a new dry cell battery to replace your stock one, cuz of all the amps draining your power. and DON'T get a capacitor, they suck ass. only ever get 1 if you have a lowly amplified stereo.
oh yeh, and i also recommend a better head unit too, like an alpine. :
and keep in mind, that i am just giving u an idea of what u should do if you plan on spending a lot of flow and putting quality shiot in yur ride. if u aren't, then don't listen to my bullshit and shenanigans.