Question about Car Audio & Video
I have a 98 Saturn SL and Im trying to wire aftermarket speakers but unsure of the neg/pos charge of the wires
At least make sure you do it systematically to keep all the speakers in phase. E.g. if one wire is solid and one is striped on each speaker, connect to the same points on the speaker each time, chances are then they should stay in phase.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
Well, you're in luck. Speakers really don't care how you hook them up so long as they're hooked up. I assume you are replacing the factory speakers with aftermarket, not adding anything new to the system. If that's what you're doing, it'll be a whole new experience. You won't believe your ears, and you won't believe your car could sound that good. More power to you
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