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    Speaker wire disconnects

    I have a 1998 jeep cherokee, and when the weather breaks in a couple months I will be making my front doors removable. Now in my front doors I have 2 mids and one super tweeter in each door. From the doors I have one run for the tweets and one run for for the mids. Now, when I remove my doors what is a good way to make plugs for the speaker wire?



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    Re: Speaker wire disconnects

    I like W.S. Dean's Ultra Plugs. You just have to heat-shrink and tape them up carefully.
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    Re: Speaker wire disconnects

    Quote Originally Posted by knotdrummer88 View Post
    I have a 1998 jeep cherokee, and when the weather breaks in a couple months I will be making my front doors removable. Now in my front doors I have 2 mids and one super tweeter in each door. From the doors I have one run for the tweets and one run for for the mids. Now, when I remove my doors what is a good way to make plugs for the speaker wire?
    I have a 98 cherokee as well. Are you using the stock speaker location?



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    Quote Originally Posted by SplAffair View Post
    I have a 98 cherokee as well. Are you using the stock speaker location?
    Well, they're in the stock location in the sense that they're in the door. They are in fiberglass pods, and I also have two of the same sized mids built into the sound bar



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jepalan View Post
    I like W.S. Dean's Ultra Plugs. You just have to heat-shrink and tape them up carefully.
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    Is each prong a for a negative wire and positive wire respectively?



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    Is each prong a for a negative wire and positive wire respectively?
    Yes. And they can't be plugged in backwards. Designed for carrying very high current.




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    Re: Speaker wire disconnects

    If your music is in the doors why would you take the doors off and lose the music???? Might as well take the engine out too, cause the car ain't worth driving with no tunes innit. ;-)

    But seriously... Neutrik Speakon connectors.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bbeljefe View Post
    If your music is in the doors why would you take the doors off and lose the music???? Might as well take the engine out too, cause the car ain't worth driving with no tunes innit. ;-)

    But seriously... Neutrik Speakon connectors.
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    Re: Speaker wire disconnects

    If you have a passive x-over connected to the speakers from a single source you'd have to place dummy resistors in place of the speakers if you're going to use your system.




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    Re: Speaker wire disconnects

    Spade terminals?



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    Re: Speaker wire disconnects

    Ive always just used water proof bullet plugs.



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