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I have apair of sx-wna909 speakers and no schematic so i don't know which wire DOES WHAT, each speaker have two wire pairs coming out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you wire the speakers as a pair in parallel; (For two 4ohms car speakers) 1/R=1/4 + 1/4 1/R=2/4=1/2 R=2 ohms (the resistance value you'll get) (don't even think of trying it!) in serial; R=4+4 R=8 ohms (this mostly fits to home amplifiers, however, they provide 6ohms as well) I recommend that you use reasonable 8ohms speakers for the home theater amplifier you have. Despite the fact that the impedance value fits to 8ohms when you wire two car speakers as a pair in serial, this type of connection will tire your amp as well as the capacitors of the car speakers. Furthermore, you can get unwanted peak sounds from car speakers.
Posted on Apr 26, 2007
SOURCE: aftermarket 6 x 9's
What type of car is it? You can purchase speaker harnesses at any car audio shop that will allow you to snap into the factory plugs. Also, beware if your system was designed for 8 ohm speakers - using 4ohm speakers instead could cause some problems. Most aftermarket stereos are designed for 4ohm speakers, but some factory stereos designed for 8ohms could be damaged if you give them a smaller ohm load.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
SOURCE: Rear deck speaker install
I'm assuming that you have left the original wiring intact? If this is the case then it's a pretty simple thing to do. There should only be 2 cables one for each speaker & each cable will have a positive & negative polarity. Once you have securely fixed the speakers into place (usually screwing into place through the mounting holes provided) you just need to attach the wires to the speakers. If your car has manufacturers plugs on & don't match the speaker ones (quite often the case now) simply cut them off & replace with spade connectors of the right type/size. The most important thing is to get the polarity the same way round for both speakers!If you get them reversed you will NOT get any bass. Also remember with any new speakers they need time to run in & sound their best....so take it easy with the volume control for the first 20hrs or so of play if you want them to sound great & last longer!
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
SOURCE: Tweeters & Midrange Speakers
If you have a Ohm Meter, check the resistance to the speakers. If it is very high, the speakers are burned, (or the crossover is (just capacitors, and resisters...cheap)). If it is close to 4 ohms check the wiring and connectors..to and at the speakers, most likly the receiver/amp is not blown.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
SOURCE: speaker wiring
you should have four terminals two plain and two with dots
to get the best power cut two inches off good speker wire
tear apart now place one wire from
plan black to red with white dot then
plain red to black with white dot
this is how set then up with my directed 1100d mono amp .. very loud at half gain
well hope this helps.............. ..benjaminsarmy..
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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