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mattcaton88888 7th February 2006 03:35 PM

wiring technique...
i recently got a new car and installed new speakers and my old amp and subs. the problem is is that in my old car the wiring for the speakers was differnet to make just highs come out of them. could someone explain the diagram to me?

Destroyer OS 7th February 2006 04:29 PM

Need a lot more details... in the car audio forum.

Cal Weldon 7th February 2006 04:48 PM

Moved to Car Audio.

mattcaton88888 8th February 2006 06:58 AM

whenever i had the head unit installed previously the wiring behind the rhead unit was wired a specific way where only highs were produces in the speakers. when taking the head unit out i think i seem to remeber the wiring going like this for ex.. back right going to front right as well and going the same for the left side. if this sounds familiar at all or someone knows more specificaly what im talking about that would be great.

Stocker 8th February 2006 12:02 PM

model numbers for both head units would be great, and so would a link to a wiring or hook-up diagram for each, or a link to the owner's manuals.

richie00boy 8th February 2006 12:22 PM

It sounds like you have left the crossover which was probably an inline with the wiring one, in the old car.

mattcaton88888 9th February 2006 03:10 PM

i will have to remove the headunit whenever i get a chance for the information, but it was standard 4 speaker wiring. each speaker having to wires. all that i can remeber when i took the old head unti out is that not all the wires were being used. if i hvae left the crossover in my old car what exactly does that mean.

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