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Unread 04-08-2012, 02:59 PM   #1
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I'm installing a radio/stereo in my cart. The radio/stereo is four channel and I will only be using two speakers. Do I just leave the front or back speaker wires unhooked or do I splice in front and rear wires to the speakers?
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Unread 04-08-2012, 04:38 PM   #2
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Either use both fronts or both rears,tape up the others,so they don't short-out.Then adjust your Fader to the pair you are using.
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Either use both fronts or both rears,tape up the others,so they don't short-out.Then adjust your Fader to the pair you are using.
yepper and I would hook them up in relation to where they are....IE if installed up front, I would hook them up there and if installing the speakers on the back of the cart I would hook them up to the rear speaker output.
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Depending on the quality of the Head-Unit,some have more Bass on rear,More Highs on front.
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Depending on the quality of the Head-Unit,some have more Bass on rear,More Highs on front.
True I am just thinking of the ability to add two more speakers later and not having to move wiring around
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True I am just thinking of the ability to add two more speakers later and not having to move wiring around
You could wire the two speakers that you have and then stub out where you plan on putting additional speakers. In other words run the other two wires where you plan on putting the speakers in the future and tape them up, so when the time comes you are ready to plug and play.
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You could wire the two speakers that you have and then stub out where you plan on putting additional speakers. In other words run the other two wires where you plan on putting the speakers in the future and tape them up, so when the time comes you are ready to plug and play.
That is what I am doing to mine and I don't even have a stereo yet.
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Thanks for the replies guys. Your answers are what I figured but I just wasn't sure.
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There is no such thing as a dumb question. It is better to ask thank make a potentially costly mistake.
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the only dumb question is an unasked one.
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