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    Q about rear seat area speakers

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    need to replace them so what do I need, just a woofer or woofer tweeter?
    Also there are four wires. If my new speakers have just two how should I hook it up? Sorry if I sound like a dumb a$$. thanks for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jims455 View Post
    '02 WS6
    need to replace them so what do I need, just a woofer or woofer tweeter?
    Also there are four wires. If my new speakers have just two how should I hook it up? Sorry if I sound like a dumb a$$. thanks for the help
    they are supposed to take dual voice coil subs like the bazooka ones from keeaudio.com. anything other than these that only have 2 connectors are only utilizing half of the systems power and u wont be getting the full amount of bass to them.

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    so how did you connect those speakers? same thing happened to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiomarruffo View Post
    so how did you connect those speakers? same thing happened to me.
    well u have a camaro so its a slightly different setup than the trans am. your back seat subs are a single 2ohm voice coil and im not sure about how the wiring is. on the trans am though its a dual 4ohm voice coil (which basically equals a single 2ohm but with a different method) sub so one set of + and - wires get connected on one side of the sub and the other set of + and - wires are connected on the opposite side. if you only connect one set of wire, the sub is only getting about half the power and wont be putting out as much bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergiomarruffo View Post
    so how did you connect those speakers? same thing happened to me.
    u connect them in parallel to get the 2ohm load.

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