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Haven't been here in a bit, and figured I'd drop a few random shots of some of the latest subs we've been building/re-building here at the shop.
Full pictorials with step-by-step build pics are at our forum, if you want to see them all. I'll just post finished pics in this post.
Don't mean to spam the place up.... just know how we all love to see random subwoofer pron!
If you have any questios, please ask. If not, enjoy the pics.
I have a aftermarket stereo (listed in my signature), I've installed an amp (listed in my signature). The rear speakers are directly hooked up to the amp and rca inputs are ran to the back of my head unit.
I now have purchased rca's and 2 sets of speaker wire to connect the amp to my door speakers. I want to hook them up to the factory front speaker on the factory side of my head unit. I want to make sure I am hooking it up correctly
I have the dodge magnum 2005 wiring diagram as:
Left Front + Gray/Purple
Left Front - Gray/Yellow
Right Front + Dark Green/Purple
Right Front - Dark Green/Yellow
(I am supposed to splice the wires onto the factory fronts and then attach them to the amp)
I'm not sure I saw those color wires when I first looked at the harness Any Advise? I will update this thread tomorrow with pics
I just had a subwoofer installed and now my speakers revolve when im listening to music my front left speaker turns off then turns on then the front right turns off then turns on then the back left... etc i dont understand how this could have happened was the subwoofer installed incorrectly and messed up the wiring in my car? i had a professional install it so if it was his fault i can go back and have him fix it.
I have just got 2 Kenwood KFC-w3012 subs and am not sure what type of amp to get to push both of them...I do not want to spend a fortune on an amp seeing as I still need a box for them however I do not want some crappy amp that is going to burn up within the first month...any advice will be greatly appreciated thanks ahead of time