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Old 09-29-2008, 07:13 PM
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Originally Posted by BoomInTheTrunk View Post
Speaker cable on one side of the car power on the other, this is for static issues. It sounds great in the trunk. Remember that low frequencies are not really affected by things in the way. Oh and Dee8go you said run speaker wire to the back if you ever got a sub in the trunk, Why? if your headunit has pre-outs use those over the speaker cable, but then also run the Interconnect(RCA) down the side with the speaker cable. That vendor I mentioned on ebay awhile back, get all the power wire through him, it will be way cheaper.
I used Monster cable for the speakers since I had a huge spool of it sitting around here doing nothing. The cable from the HU would typically have RCA jacks on it? It's been a loooong time since I messed around with car stereo equipment. Back then, it was two speaker wires and a power cable. That was it.
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