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    nut and bolts for terminals in box anyone know exactly what i need dont want to drill two holes and run to speaker wire through i like the nuts and bolts i ideas



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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    if you have a brain, you can figure this out....



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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    well on each wrie terminal all im doin is sqeezing it between each nut right does anyone use washers



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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    I think it would be a lot easier and more secure to use some ring terminals on the wire
    And the use the nut bolt and washer




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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    That's if I'm understandingur question right




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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    nut and bolts for terminals in box anyone know exactly what i need dont want to drill two holes and run to speaker wire through i like the nuts and bolts i ideas
    read above......you answered your own questiong TWICE, in the form of you asking the exact question.

    but if your still lost......


    2 bolts
    4 nutes
    4 LOCK washers
    ring terminals (for each wire going to said bolt)
    **common sense** <--big one here.

    or if you really want to get technical...

    1 bolt per pos/neg of each sub. so..... for a DVC sub....

    2 bolts for +'s
    2 bolts for -'s
    2 washers per bolt = 8 washers
    2 lock washers per bolt = 8 lock washers.

    this lets you change your ohm load




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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    i would draw a picture but i'm lazy.


    a 2nd grade child could do this



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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    come on guys don't be an *** to the guy i know its a dumb question it may sseem to you guru's (yea right) but its a good question nonetheless, he asked it cause he wanted to know some of you guys thoughts on it all.
    but to answer your question bro yes you can do this but the drilling of a small speaker wire hole isn't a big deal on your box trust me i do it all the time an it don't make a difference. if i see where someone gained 3db's by not drilling the holes i will start not drilling holes myself.
    but you can also drill the hole, run you speaker wire as long as you need be, then fill in the hole wit some sort of filler if your that worried about it. but if you want to do the nuts an bolts i think the guy about 3 posts up above my own did a good write up of it.



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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    Quote Originally Posted by saywhat? View Post
    read above......you answered your own questiong TWICE, in the form of you asking the exact question.

    but if your still lost......


    2 bolts
    4 nutes
    4 LOCK washers
    ring terminals (for each wire going to said bolt)
    **common sense** <--big one here.

    or if you really want to get technical...

    1 bolt per pos/neg of each sub. so..... for a DVC sub....

    2 bolts for +'s
    2 bolts for -'s
    2 washers per bolt = 8 washers
    2 lock washers per bolt = 8 lock washers.

    this lets you change your ohm load
    This is the way to do it if you have multiple DVC subs and want to run 2ohm daily but .5ohm for competition.



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    Re: nuts and bolts speaker terminals

    That's wat I plan to do so its a lot easier to change ohm load as stated because I plan to run 2ohm for daily and .5 for comps




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