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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-20-2010, 07:11 AM Thread Starter
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Speaker replacement help

I am new here and want to say Hello to all the members. I am feeling very glad to be a part of this forum. So much useful information here to read and learn. Well, I have a Toyota Tundra DC with the non JBL stereo. I am planning to replace all 4 door speakers as well as adding a 4 channel amp. Just wondering what's the best/easiest place to tie in the 4 channel line level converter? I am not good with car audio, so need your help to do this task.

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as i understand it, the factory speaker wiring is not large enough to handle amplified signal, so you would need to run larger wire from the amp to the new speakers. ask around at your local stereo shops for advice, and while you are there, for install quotes. I'm not bad with wires, but stereo work is always a long project, wedged into uncomfortable positions.
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as i understand it, the factory speaker wiring is not large enough to handle amplified signal, so you would need to run larger wire from the amp to the new buy speakers . ask around at your local stereo shops for advice, and while you are there, for install quotes. I'm not bad with wires, but stereo work is always a long project, wedged into uncomfortable positions.
Speakers project have always been a troubling project. I have been working for last two weekends and hope it will be completed this weekend.

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