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    Fellow CDT CL61a owners... help!

    I misplaced the documentation that came with the tweeters. Which lead is the positive lead and which is the negative? One has a red stripe and the other is just solid black.

    ****!



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    Re: Fellow CDT CL61a owners... help!

    Originally posted by Tungsten
    I misplaced the documentation that came with the tweeters. Which lead is the positive lead and which is the negative? One has a red stripe and the other is just solid black.

    ****!
    the red would be pos. and the black would be neg. peace

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    Re: Fellow CDT CL61a owners... help!

    Originally posted by Tungsten
    I misplaced the documentation that came with the tweeters. Which lead is the positive lead and which is the negative? One has a red stripe and the other is just solid black.

    ****!
    I don't own any CDT's but...

    red is usually positive, while black is negative...

    to be safe, use a 1.5V AA batt...

    The positive to red, the negative to black.. if the cone rises, then it's red as positive. If the cone sinks in, then the red is negative.



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    <WHEW!> thanks guys... now I can go back to the garage and finish this up. Pictures shall follow.



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    I got a questions for all you CL 61 owners....how much room do you need to mount the drivers in a door? The Infinity website says I got like 2inches to mount them in the door, but I dunno. I got a 90 Honda Accord, LX 2 door coupe.



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    The cl61 have a mounting depth of 2 7/8"

    check it out

    http://www.thezeb.com/caraudio/CDTmountingdepths.html




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    well I guess i could be screwed....



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    Re: Re: Fellow CDT CL61a owners... help!

    Originally posted by paikiah
    to be safe, use a 1.5V AA batt...

    The positive to red, the negative to black.. if the cone rises, then it's red as positive. If the cone sinks in, then the red is negative.
    Um, it is a dome tweeter. You're not going to get any visible "cone movement" out of a tweeter.



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    Got the components all mounted up in the car today. Going to post my thoughts and some pics in another thread in this forum in just a second.



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