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This is a discussion on Speakers to amp within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; I want to install a pair of 6.5, 3 way Audiobahn speakers. I used to have them on my truck ...

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    Registered User ProblemChildWRX's Avatar
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    Question Speakers to amp

    I want to install a pair of 6.5, 3 way Audiobahn speakers. I used to have them on my truck before I got my WRX. Anyways, I want to hook them up to an amp. I want to know if anybody knows a way to run the cable from the speakers thru the door and into the amp. I don't want to drill any holes. Any suggestions?

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    the easiest way is to get some 9 wire, speed wire or what ever you want to call it. it is eight speaker wires and one remote turn on. hook it up to the back of the headunit and run it to the amp and you can power all of the speakers without running wires through the door. it is about $2.00 per foot, but it saves so much time and effort. you can get it from and car stereo shop.


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