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Hello, Offhand- no you can't add an equalizer to this system in any way- you can only replace parts of it to enhance sound quality (replace deck, add amps, change speakers, etc.). What were you looking to spend to upgrade the system and what's the Year and Model of your Dodge?
Okay, I can help you here. I need to know what specifically about the sound you're looking to upgrade- in other words:
1) Do you want it louder?
2) Is there not enough bass?
3) Is there not enough midrange/treble?
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The best options here to upgrade the system, are going to be to replace the front speakers, and add a powered subwoofer to the system.
For front speaker upgrades, I would recommend the JBL 3-ways at the link below- since they are fuller sounding than the stock front speakers and will add more midbass and a more articulated high end:
I would also suggest another pair of those JBL's for the rear deck location.
For a powered subwoofer, the unit at the link below includes a built in amplifier and will augment the system with much more bass definition and depth than the standard Beats bass system:
That brings you to a total of $500 in speakers, and another $75 for amp wiring for $575. Labor varies on shop, but in most cases $300-$400 is what you'll end up spending for installation which keeps you under the $1,000 mark and will upgrade the sound substantially.
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