Ok, so a friend has a '99 Dakota RT extended cab, and he's ready to replace the audio system and, thankfully, he's come to me to get some advice! :)
He wants a new HU, components up front, speakers in the back (can't talk him out of that), a sub (though one that's not intrusive and is easily removable), and the necessary amps.
I can pretty much take care of that pretty well myself, though I'd still really appreciate any input you guys would have for recommendations.
However, there is one catch. One complication. Isn't there always? He wants to install outdoor speakers UNDER the truck so he can play music outside the vehicle at will. I'm assuming this would require yet another amplifier and some creative mounting and wiring.
Now, I realize how hard that can possibly be, to do, and to do RIGHT. The problem here is that my friend will get it done...no matter how...what the challenge is going to be here is NOT doing it...but doing it in such a way that the truck's not going to burn down!
So, the first step is going to be the regular audio system, then the outdoor speakers part will happen. However, I suppose we should plan ahead while undertaking the first step.
So, anybody have any good ideas for how to do that, what a good game plan would be for it?