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Old 04-30-2007, 03:45 PM   #1
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I won't go into it, but suffice it to say that all the wires, from the head unit to the amp, to the speakers - are now no longer connected (I didn't do it).

I have a Kenwood KDC head unit, Focal 6K2 (I think they are 6x9) in the back, 2 mid ranges in the back (don't know their model, will have to tear apart the covers to find out. There are also 2 speakers in the front doors that are not stock. I'll remove those to get the model #'* as well. In the back, there are two focal boxes (about 4" x 4") that go from the amp to the speakers. The amp is a JL Audio 300/4.

Anyway, all the wires are run, it'* just a matter of connecting everything back together. I've tried downloading all the manuals, but to be honest, it just confused me, and I can't find anything on the web about the 4"x4" gizmos.

Also I want to make sure everything was wired together properly in the first place, I'm sure it was, but I'm from Missouri. (Show Me).

Finally I think there are some switches on the amp that need to be set properly.

I don't know what kind of sound quality this equipment was intended for. I'm definetly not looking for a ground shaker. Something with nice clarity, a fair amount of bass, but again, not something the guy in the car next to me would feel.

I'll do whatever is needed, just looking for someone to hold my hand.

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I am willing to help.

What will make this the easiest is if you either take pictures of the connections in the car or find pictures of them online.

The 4x4 boxes sound like crossovers. Which filter frequencies.
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I am willing to help.

What will make this the easiest is if you either take pictures of the connections in the car or find pictures of them online.

The 4x4 boxes sound like crossovers. Which filter frequencies.
Cool, thanks much. The car will be away for a few days, getting a heart transplant, but fter that I'll get ya some pics.

Thanks Much!
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