Question about Pioneer TS-A6872R Car Tweeter
Typically the wire with a stripe signifies negative polarity, so if you are wiring your speakers in phase (+ to+ and - to -) then yes you are good to go. Something you may want to consider are connecting crimps. They are just little pieces of plastic that you connect your add on speaker to then they crimp onto the wire you are connecting to using sharp metal clamps, this limits the ammount of factory stock wire you would normaly be exposing and also stops the need to sever or cut a wires factory connection, in turn preventing resistence in the wiring. The less resistence a wire has the easier and more clear it can accept signal. With radio's speakers and amplifiers the more resistence a wire has the more static you will hear in the lines.....I hope this helps you out
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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