|04-02-2015 10:50 PM|
|04-02-2015 01:15 PM|
|Tiger-Heli||Personal preference - you could also adjust it in the EQ settings regardless of how you set the speaker button.|
|04-02-2015 12:52 PM|
|mike884||for the 6502ix are you guys using the treble boost button, or no?|
|08-11-2014 12:40 PM|
Not sure what depth is needed, but ...
|08-11-2014 12:11 PM|
|BigJay||Hi, Yea re-using the brackets is what I was trying to do however it seems the lip on my speakers (where you screw them in) rest on the raised thin lip of the bracket, I tried to remove the lip on the bracket however it didn't come out clean. The bigger problem was the basket for my new speakers is just a hair too big to fit in the opening of the re-used bracket, I'll post some pics tonight of what I mean...|
|08-11-2014 06:18 AM|
You would either need to use aftermarket spacers or mount the new speakers to the destroyed spacers from the OEM speakers, but 6.75's should work.
If you are soldering, I wouldn't see the speaker gauge being an issue.
|08-10-2014 03:54 PM|
Hey guys, I'm trying to replace my focus' speakers with new coax speakers. I purchased 1 set of focal pc165 for the front doors and 1 set of JL c2 650's for the rear door. I just finished removing the door panel and moding the bracket but it seems like no matter how much i cut back the bracket the speakers don't seem to fit! Are these speakers 6-3/4"? is that why? Can I buy an aftermarket bracket that will work??
As well I was trying to use 16GA wire to connect the speaker to the bracket connection points and seem to be having a tough time soldering the wire on, should I be using a lower gauge wire??
|07-31-2014 05:21 PM|
|07-31-2014 05:18 PM|
|Firefly81||Awesome. That's what I figured I would need, just wanted to confirm. Thanks so much.|
|07-31-2014 05:15 PM|
|BrianR815||Okay I misunderstood, sorry about that. I would just use 1 inch self tapping screws, something like this. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004XM...ref=mp_s_a_1_1|
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