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Unless your going to spend the money to get premium speakers, I really dont think it matters... whether theyre polk, infinity, pioneer, or Sony, all you are going to hear from people is their personal opinions.

Yes its worth upgrading, but your best bet is to define your price range first. Then, distinguish what you want you speakers to do... since you have a sub and no tweets, you probablly want speakers that put out some nice hi-mid range sound. Nothing worse than too much bass.... Use those two bits of info to find your best speaker for the money.

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Oh and you can NEVER have too much bass, but you can be an ass and annoy other people with it.
Completely disagree.. especially on a stock setup, its very easy to overload bass and completely drown out your mids and highs. Whats the point of listening to music of all you can hear is the bass notes? A quality sound system is well balanced. You wouldnt throw 2 1000 watt amps on 4 15" subs and still stick with your stock speakers would you? How would you be able to hear any MUSIC?
 

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You have 1 12 in sub, and you have Bose... You dont exactly qualify for what I would consider too much bass. And with the stock setup, turning the bass down via the crappy factory headunit does very little... in fact I remember having to fade my speakers to the front all the time because all I could hear was bass.

Nonetheless, if you think theres no such thing as too much bass, why would you ever turn it down?
 

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So the guy who says theres "no such thing as too much bass" is clearing things up by saying that some music doesnt sound good with too much bass... Oh yeah, im crystal clear now...

Also, i never meant to imply that your 1000W system was not up to par... what I meant was that with Bose speakers, you can throw MORE bass/wattage to your system and still sound good because the Bose speakers come through a lot better than the regular Delco/Factory speakers (which is why, just from hearing your setup, i dont think your bass would be overpowering). Throw that same system in a non-Bose Impala and you might find that all you can hear is bass.

SORRY FOR ANY CONFUSION BUD
 
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