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    Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    Just like the title says... Heres a pic of them (not mine)

    If someone could post a link where I could get them from that would be great... thanks
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    Re: Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    http://www.mcmaster.com/nav/enter.as...pe=&catnum=114

    Standard barrel female .110 wd... be sure to get the ones for the correct wire size.



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    Re: Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    Quote Originally Posted by BEAVER.989 View Post
    http://www.mcmaster.com/nav/enter.as...pe=&catnum=114

    Standard barrel female .110 wd... be sure to get the ones for the correct wire size.
    Thanks, do I connect it to both parts on each side?




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    Re: Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    + and - are both the same size, if that's what you're asking. You'll need two for each tweeter.



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    Re: Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    there are two parts for the + and - One has a whole in it and the other looks soldered, you can see it in the picture.




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    Re: Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    The one with the hole in it.The one with the solder has the wire going in to the tweeter soldered to it and it is very tiny wire and can break fairly easily if abused.Take a very close look at it and you will see the wire-stay away from that one.Also the connectors will slide on very tightly the first time you put them on the terminals.Make sure you support the tweeter well with your other hand as you push them on.By the way I have a set of those in my truck and I like them a lot.Nice and clear with good output.




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    Re: Seas Neo Tweeters: What kind of connectors do I use?

    Silicone or hot glue those exposed leads before those tweeters are useless.

    Once you get the .110 female quick connect, you'll know were it goes.



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