Question about Car Audio & Video
Yes , you can replace the 15 watt speaker with the 50 watt speaker. The impedance of both speakers (4ohms) is the same , so that's a match. Actually, the 50 watt speaker may sound a bit better at higher volume, because it will not distort as much as the 15 watt speaker. Hope this helps...
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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