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Hi, Has anyone got the 2021 Regular cab 1500 with the XM radio yet? The 2020's have the crappy two speaker system, and on the build, I don't see the "Premium Sound" option. They finally put back the XM option, but says two speaker system. My 2018 has the Premium Sound with six speakers and I don't want to step down into a New Truck.

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It’s a 2 door truck.  there are only so many spots they can put speakers.  I upgraded my system with new door speakers and tweeters in the dash locations.  If you wanted a rear soundstage you could add speakers in the small area behind the seats.  Honestly rear sound stage isn’t needed.  Oh and add a sub or two.

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On 2/12/2021 at 11:41 PM, Descartian said:

It’s a 2 door truck.  there are only so many spots they can put speakers.  I upgraded my system with new door speakers and tweeters in the dash locations.  If you wanted a rear soundstage you could add speakers in the small area behind the seats.  Honestly rear sound stage isn’t needed.  Oh and add a sub or two.

I've seen that space behind the seats...Do you know if anyone has done it yet?

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Not in our model year specifically but it’s been done for many years on 2 door trucks.   The shop that did mine was installing a pair behind the seats (attached to the sub box) in a 60’s Chevy pickup. 
 

I decided to not do it in mine as rear soundstage is not very important. 

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On 2/15/2021 at 10:24 AM, Descartian said:

Not in our model year specifically but it’s been done for many years on 2 door trucks.   The shop that did mine was installing a pair behind the seats (attached to the sub box) in a 60’s Chevy pickup. 
 

I decided to not do it in mine as rear soundstage is not very important. 

Thank you

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