If you have a Bose system, you don't need a Cleansweep or any other sort of LOC device.
Crutchfield lists the Front Door speakers at 6-3/4" and the Rear Door speakers at 5-1/4"I believe the 03 system tested was a Bose and not a "Base" system that is in the heading.
I am wondering if the 03' is the same as the 06'.
Two things I was thinking of doing in my system.
1. add a linout converter to run my 12" JL sub for the truck and just disconnect the weak ass Bose sub.
2. Either switch out the rear speakers or clean sweep the system?????
Any input of the stock size of the 06 MS6???[/b]
The JL cleansweep is not needed for the Bose system because the bose HU outputs a line level signal with a flat frequency response. Equalization is done within the stock bose amp. If you want control over your levels, the RF 3sixty signal processor line will help you out if you don't plan on upgrading the amp.
The JL cleansweep is a digital signal processor or line output converter which flattens the frequency response before heading into an amp. If you have the non-bose system, it will make it sound cleaner. It is recommend that you use this with your non-bose stereo if you are planning on upgrading to an aftermarket amp. Or you can just go with a Metra kit and swap the HU.sorry for nube question, but what's a clean sweep? Does it make the sound better? What procedure / equipment is required?[/b]
I currently have this LOC and it works great, it's connected to my Alpine H701 sound processor and the sound is clean and powerfull and NO NOISE from it.Can someone recommend a decent LOC that won't break the bank,..ie less than $50.00.[/b]