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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-03-2014 Thread Starter
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2014 v6 base radio speaker wire help

Hey guys. As most of you probably know, the stock speakers blow! I just picked up some kicker 6x8s. Installed them, the front sounds great, but the back sounds like I may have crossed a wire up front... Does anyone know what colors at the speakers are negative and positive on both sides so I can fix it when the sun comes up? I should have just got the Meta adapters, but I'm an instant gratification kind of guy lol..

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idk but i've seen threads where the Metras are mislabled....if you think they are just swap them. This was an early mod for me too (Focals in F/R) it ain't great but the OEM's are similar in sound to kazoos.

for your visualization imagine these guys doing YMCA with kazoos (sorry)

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LOL I did the two front, i think what I'm hearing are the kazoos in the back. That will be my next weekend warrior project.
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The rears don't play full range, I wouldn't waste the time/effort/money replacing them. Just fade the system all the way to the front and enjoy. You won't even notice the rears turned off.

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