Yes. Round speakers produce more accurate and crisp sound. The oblong 6x9 produce sound that is more 'muddy'. 6x9's are used as original equipment in cars because they produce more mid-bass than a comparable round 6-6.6" speaker but the quality is sacrificed. Will you notice the difference? ...it depends on the type of music you listen to and the volume. I can tell the difference.Daywalker said:Does a round speaker sound better than a 6x9?
If you're happy with the sound of the speakers that you have, adding an additional sub/amp system will give you more low end punch. I have used a Bazooka tube in the past and would recommend going with a better sub/enclosure with amp tied in to your current system. The Bazooka will not be as good as the other route.....however, the Bazooka will be cheaper. But you get what you pay for.robertc said:I don't have the RF package I have the so-called mid-level stereo with aux jack. Does this system also have 6x9's in the front. If so that would explain why I have a lot more bass response then I expected - the rear view mirror really shakes! Would it be easy to have a car stereo place install a sub-woofer for me to the factory system. I was thinking about adding a self-powered Bazooka tube or a flat box with separate amp. In any case I need one with a separate gain control because there would be no way to adjust the sub level with the factory deck. What do you guys think about this being that I have never added on to a factory system before. I do like the 6-disc changer and would not want to change it out.