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    Speaker wire, fuse holder and battery terminal

    I need about 120' of 16/18 ga and ~10' of matching 12/14ga, mini anl fuse holder and possible another battery terminal. LMK what you have and price.



    Current set up: 94 Toyota Chaser (1JZ motor) On deck for that car? No HU atm, 3 way active (Vifa Tweets, CDT 04's and 06's) powered by either a Zed Draconia , 2 Obsidian Audio 10's powered by a B2 Audio Zero.3

    Nissan Cube3: Stock Nav HU, need Processor, speakers and subs. Will be using Soundstream DaVinci for power

    66 Pontiac GTO, modified stock radio, Crossfire CFA 302, Kicker KS6.2's in the front kicks, Crossfire CFA 452 for the 6x9's I need.




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    Re: Speaker wire, fuse holder and battery terminal

    parts express has 18g 100' rolls for under $10 in the clearance section. 50' 12g is under $10 as well.





    Quote Originally Posted by eharri3 View Post
    I have 4 12s getting 2K watts rms and my front stage is 4 Walmart JVC coaxials running off 16 watts rms of head unit power. My sub sounds fine but my mids and highs don't sound very clear and start to distort long before my subs do. Anybody know why? Any suggestions?

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