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I have a 2013 Audi A4 with factory Nav and sound system, not the B&O audio system. I want better performance from the lows without loosing the factory Nav.

Is it possible to install an aftermarket amp and sub on this vehicle, if so what kind of equipment would I need?

Any suggestions on other methods I could use would helpful.

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low budget as follows

jbl gtx 500   came with adapters to  hook in to a full pass speaker out put

for about $80 on amazon and it has a feature where you dont need to run a trigger wire if you do it that way its 500w rms  

pick a sub and box  wire it (if you don't know ask before you buy)    single 2 ohm or dual  4 ohm  voice coil

run a solid fused hot from the battery and a  good  ground

I say pick  a sub and a box because the  choices are endless  you can get more complicated or bigger amp but this is simple  and will make bass

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You might want to get a factory wiring diagram and know what you are splicing into before you make any changes to the factory system ... just saying


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