speaker connection help - CDT owners

I would measure them and just use the proper female disconnects as shown here:

http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage.cfm?webpage_id=3&SO=2&&DID=7&CATID=41&ObjectGroup_ID=400

Hope that helped.

T.J.

Hey guys I'm a bit new to all this but which of thr crimp connectorshttp://www.partsexpress.com/webpage.cfm?&DID=7&WebPage_ID=68

do I need to connect the midrange 6.5 speaker of the CDT-61A set to a speaker cable?

I don't have a digital camera but I made this pic of how the connectors on the speaker look like:

http://www.hotoc.com/speak.JPG

Thanks in advance!
 
I just soldered my speaker wire to the terminals. Doesnt look like its gonna come off anytime soon, and if you need to take the wires out later on, just heat the solder up.

 
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