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    Icon32 Seperating coaxials?

    Could anyone tell me if it is possible to seperate the tweeter and woofer of a coaxial speaker and mount them in different places? I have a soundwedge for my jeep and dont know what kind of speakers to replace them with.

    http://www.jeep4x4center.com/tj/Spea...J_Wrangler.htm







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    Re: Seperating coaxials?

    See my response in your other thread about "SoundWedge Speaker Wiring"




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    Re: Seperating coaxials?

    Here are the speakers I was thinking about getting:

    http://www.polkaudio.com/caraudio/products/db650/

    There is no mention if they are convertible though.




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    Re: Seperating coaxials?

    I was also thinking of replacing the speakers with the component version, however there is only on set of clips to hold the speaker wire in place, not a seperate one for the woofer and tweeter.

    http://www.polkaudio.com/caraudio/products/db6500/




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