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How To: Bring your Dash Speakers up to spec


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2 hours ago, jimk04 said:

Are 986 bose dash speakers still this same garbage?

I doubt it.  The 'garbage' is 4 ohm and Bose use 2 ohm impedance - so it would have to be specially made garbage. ;) 

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I'm doing the conversion tomorrow with the same speakers as OP.

The new speakers have a positive and negative terminal but the original speaker doesn't have any indication - can I connect the new speaker terminals to either side of the retained connector block?

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On 4/12/2017 at 8:21 PM, drumsterphil said:

I'm doing the conversion tomorrow with the same speakers as OP.

The new speakers have a positive and negative terminal but the original speaker doesn't have any indication - can I connect the new speaker terminals to either side of the retained connector block?

Pretty sure there is a + sign on the positive terminal of the plastic socket. It's not that obvious but it is there if you look closely. 

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10 minutes ago, Madlil said:

Pretty sure there is a + sign on the positive terminal of the plastic socket. It's not that obvious but it is there if you look closely. 

Luckily it's easier than that thanks to google - left hand speaker and the yellow/brown plug cable is negative; right hand is red/brown.

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