Question about Car Audio & Video
Upgraded audio systems in cars may have different wiring. In my case, I have an EQ, and therefore the manufacturer built the crossover into the amp. One set of wires going to the speaker "carries" the "highs" and goes to the tweeter (which is part of the speaker, not separate.) The other set of wires carries the lows and goes to the woofer part of the speaker. To combine the two wires would have blown the amp. In other words, I needed a component set for my back speakers. Unfortunately, 6x9 is not used as often now, which required the Best Buy Tech to rewire the speaker to separate the signals. I am so grateful for them. I reread my original post which may not have had enough information to answer. The expert was correct for the front speakers, which had two wires going to the positive and two going to the negative.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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