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how to run new wires for front & rear speakr

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Can any one help me how to new wires for new 6 1/2 front & 6/9 in the back. Also an ampl. to run those speakers??? with pixs would be appreciate.

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do you have any problem with using the stock speaker wires if i can show you a HUGE shortcut?
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how to run new wires for front & rear speakr

well i was thinking of that but i have to run the power 8g for the amp from the battery to the trunk, and is it mean i have to run the wire for the speaker from the amp in the back of the to the front?
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i am sure using the stock speaker wires is fine with me those..
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For the doors just run your good quality speaker cable then join it to the OEM speaker cable to go into the door, unless you fancy playing with that circuit board plug thing that's there.
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If you want to save time you can run the RCAs from the deck to the amp and run speakerwire back from the amp to where the deck connected to the wire harness. You save a lot of effort this way but it's not ideal if you're an audiophile. Since I'm an audiophile I'd rip out all the stock speaker wire and get some nice OFC 14 gauge and run it from where the amps will be located to the rear 6"x9"s, front 6 1/2"s and subs. Generally you just remove the trim, run the wire, and replace the trim. I run my RCAs opposite side that I run my 4 gauge 12 volt power. If you're battery is on the left then run the power passenger side while you run the RCAs driver's side. Oh an if you're doing all six channels (front/rear/sub) get a nice 6 channel Monster RCA cable. It will make running the cable much easier and it will sound better. I haven't had a chance to disassemble my 5th gen door yet but I'm guessing that finding a place for the crossover is going to be a pain in the ass.

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xiayu - there is actually a really good spot for the cross overs in the door. I dont have pics but between the interior panel and inner door skin there is acres if you modify a peice attached to the panel. When you take it off you will see.

The best and easiest way for some one adding a small amp to 4 speakers is tie into them at the back of the head unit and use the factory wires. If you go to a car audio shop they will have 9 conductor wire (4 pairs and remote turn on)
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well i think i will remove all the stock speaker wire and run with the new 14 g cable, but i just wonder if your guys have pix that can show me or your know where to find pix so i believe that would be alot easier for me to do. I plan to put the amp in the trunk there fore i have to run the power wire from the battery to the back of the car so i need to see the pix and where is the good spot to run the power 8g from the battery to the rear of the turnk...
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I don't have any pics but the main thing is to keep all of your power wires away from your signal wires. I replaced ALL of the audio system's wires in my 96 accord and it was very time consuming. Overall, I think the improvement was all in my mind. If I had to do it again, I would only consider it if I was runnung some top-shelf equipment.

The most annoying part was getting it through the door jams though. I haven't looked at it on the preludes but either way, expect it to take a long time.

How many amps and how much power are you running for each one?
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Mdtdnb has a good point. What are you running? Unless it top shelf or you MUST DO IT i'd hook the wires from the amp to the stock wires. The way i see it it like this, the new bigger wire helps the flow of the power with gives you better sound and hits harder but since you got an amp you can do the same thing by just adjusting it a lil. I would do a lil test hook the new amp wires to the stock and see how it, then hook it up with all new wires then see if all that work would be worth it to you.
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^exactly! Cumbyiyaa do you know how to "loop" the system? that will be a much faster way to get all 4 internals amped and then later if your not satisfied, you won't be backtracking yourself if you decide you do want to replace those wires.
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"looping" i am not sure if i know how...can you tell me more about the looping orther wise i just have to remove on the manuf. wire and run with the new wire....
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Looping the system for 4 channel amps

ok, i don't have any pics but I will try to explain it. It may not make much sense but i will see what i can do.

I am going to explain this as if you were using the after market wires so it will be easier to understand as most people that make use of this will probably have an aftermarket deck. This is for when your 4 channel amp is going in or near the trunk.

Ok. This may sound back-asswards but it will make sense in the end:

Start by removing your head unit and CUT all 4 of your speaker wires coming from the head unit (8 total, one of each will have a black stripe; grays, whites, greens, and purples). Leave if you can about 2 inches at least on the harness side so you will have some room for splicing. Now, go ahead and tape off the speaker output wires coming directly out of the radio since you will not be using them and you do not want them to touch metal or each other and so you wont get confused.

Now you should have 4 pairs of speaker wires that lead directly to each of your 4 speakers and none of them are connected to the radio, right? Now strip back each of these and splice them to the following:

Solid white --> Solid Green
White/Black stripe --> Green/Black stripe
Solid Gray --> Solid Purple
Gray/Black stripe --> Purple/Black stripe

solder and tape each of these making sure connections are secure and clean.

Now after your RCA cables and remote wire are connected at the rear of the radio, you are finished with the head unit. Run the RCAs to the rear on whichever side you want. Make sure when you run the power wire, it is on the OPPOSITE side of the RCAs. I recommend driver's side for the RCA's and passenger side for power and remote since that is where the hole in your firewall is.

Now for the trunk:
Power, ground, remote, and RCAs should be self explanatory so I will leave those out or until someone asks for more info.

For your rear speakers, simply run NEW wires from your 4-channel amp's rear output directly too the rear deck speakers completely avoiding the factory wires. The factory speaker wire should be disconnected from the rear speakers at this point. The rear speakers are done.

For the front speakers, run NEW wire from the 4-channel amp's front output to the REAR FACTORY speaker wires that were connected to the rear speakers. Splice your new wire to the factory rear speaker wires as follows:


New wire --> Rear fact. wire
+ Front Left --> Blue/Yellow
- Front Left --> Gray/white
+ Front Right --> Red/Yellow
- Front Right --> Brown/White

Now you should be all set, fuse it and test!

What this has done is allow you to route your signal for your font speakers through your factory rear speaker wires and they join behind the radio. This is a very simple process and saves a bunch of time, it just takes a lot to explain it.
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Well I would run all new wire from your amp to the speakers. One you know what you have and it won't whine with alternator noise. Two you can take it all out if you have to sell or even worse you wreck it. If you sell then you can put all the stock stuff back and the wires would be right there. Nothing I hate more than opening the dash and finding spaghetti of wire and taped ends aaahhhh I hate that. Remember when running the wires to keep the power wire away from the RCAs I guess now with the more modern wires and their shielding its not a problem but just to be sure separate them to reduce noise. Good luck
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Well I would run all new wire from your amp to the speakers. One you know what you have and it won't whine with alternator noise. Two you can take it all out if you have to sell or even worse you wreck it. If you sell then you can put all the stock stuff back and the wires would be right there. Nothing I hate more than opening the dash and finding spaghetti of wire and taped ends aaahhhh I hate that. Remember when running the wires to keep the power wire away from the RCAs I guess now with the more modern wires and their shielding its not a problem but just to be sure separate them to reduce noise. Good luck
If the amp is properly grounded and power is away from the RCAs, there will be no engine noise. By replacing all the stock speaker wires will add about 4-8 hours labor time and only add more "stuff" to the systems wiring as a whole. Also, if there is a need to sell the car of just remove the 4-channel amp, if your system is looped, all you have to do is rewire the radio, about 15 minutes. and since this is all possible to wire up on the aftermarket harness, not a single stock component will be damaged to where you couldn't easily and quickly return it to original. If there are all new wires run, you would have to rewire the radio and all four speakers to get it back to stock. much more of a pain and takes way more time. Caution, running new wires through the door jams runs the risk of having water leak into your car/door if not properly done. So, if you are unsure about which route to go, I have done both many times and IMO, it is highly recommended to use the stock wires to start with. Trust me, running new wires from the trunk all the way to the doors and through the door jams is the last thing you want to do if you are unsure is all the work is even gonna pay off. If you are not happy with the results, then go on with the next step of replacing wires. I'm not saying its a dumb idea to replace the wires, it just REALLY depends on how nice your equipment is and if the time and money is really worth it b/c the sound increase is not very noticable if at all.
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YA if u do it right you wont have any back noise at all. Just about most system you see have the stock wires in them and it just add more money, time, and chance to mess stuff up.
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i am back after run new wires for my car. eventhought i run power cable on one side and rca cable on another side and it still make the noise...did i do something wrong?????????
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How did to wire it all up?
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i am back after run new wires for my car. eventhought i run power cable on one side and rca cable on another side and it still make the noise...did i do something wrong?????????
How is your ground hooked up and what kind of amp is it. There is a lot more to enginge noise than RCA location
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