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Old 02-14-2005, 02:52 PM   #1
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the tweeters in the front door pillar, can i replace them with there??
http://www.mycarjams.com/car_audio/hazel/detail/PANB1
are they good?? PA is cheap..

also, do the make a converter for a remote line?! if not what can i hook that uo to?
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not sure about your 2000+ but you would need to measure your tweets and make sure they are the right size. do thoes come with a crossover?? if not you need to get one
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not sure about your 2000+ but you would need to measure your tweets and make sure they are the right size. do thoes come with a crossover?? if not you need to get one
why would he need a new crossover...shouldnt the stock tweeters be running though a crossover already?
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not sure about your 2000+ but you would need to measure your tweets and make sure they are the right size. do thoes come with a crossover?? if not you need to get one
why would he need a new crossover...shouldnt the stock tweeters be running though a crossover already?
no the factory tweets have a bass block on the speaker itself, the speaker wiring is the same for the 5.25, and the tweet
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not sure about your 2000+ but you would need to measure your tweets and make sure they are the right size. do thoes come with a crossover?? if not you need to get one
why would he need a new crossover...shouldnt the stock tweeters be running though a crossover already?
no the factory tweets have a bass block on the speaker itself, the speaker wiring is the same for the 5.25, and the tweet
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ok...thanks.. but couldnt i just use another bass blocker??

what bout the remote line?? how can i do that??
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ok...thanks.. but couldnt i just use another bass blocker??

what bout the remote line?? how can i do that??
yes but the crossover would be a better solution that a bass blocker.
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alrite kewl!! thanks for the help...never doubted ya!!!
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Sorry but just so you know, those arent 200 or even 100 watt tweeters.
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The 92-99 setup is basically just parallel wiring, no crossover as mentioned. A bass blocker will be fine, as that'* all a non-adjustable crossover is composed of (has atleast 2). You shouldn't notice a difference with your setup, good luck with what you get, and let us know how it goes!
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