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    Re: wiring question

    Quote Originally Posted by >>SQL<< View Post
    Seriously you must be the biggest butt hurt person in the entire internet.

    Shut UP Noob!

    5 1/2" speakers need a 4.4" cutout which may or may not fit in a 4x10 speaker cutout, that is why I also recommended 4" mids.

    Plywood cause it is easy to work with and if you have ever been in a older muscle car you would know that they have a thick foam dash pad over the speaker area so using plywood is just fine.

    Jezz were you bullied too much in High School or something?

    You are a acting like a thin skinned child, take a look at that. I am sure you can be a better person if you just try a little.
    LOL he said plywood. a 4.4" cutout.. i think thats still bigger than 4" ya again my math is a bit rusty.




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    Re: wiring question

    Quote Originally Posted by >>SQL<< View Post
    First thing is no head unit produces 50 watts per channel, that is a MAX rating and means nothing.
    Second while summing hte front channels (neg from on side pos from other) may work but I do not think it is worth the risk to your headunit.

    What you should do is pull the 4x10 out of there, use the speaker on 1/4 plywood to make a template. Cut out the 1/4 plywood to fit 2 - 4" or 2 - 5.25" drivers in the same spot the 4x10 went.

    Now you can run stereo front and rear and I think it will sound better.
    HU speaker outputs are identical between channels. There's no risk hooking a speaker between them. I think that's how center channel OEM setups are done. I agree that two 5.25's would be a way better idea though. And if the OP is ok with taking a jig saw to the rear deck it wouldn't take much to fit them.



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