- Jan 2, 2012
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Alright back to the drawing board....i have wiggled everything that can wiggled with no results. I was planning on replacing the stereo anyways so I'll see if that works
I'll be honest with you, I am fairly handy but not with electrical work...so I didn't understand most of this. I do know the power goes from stereo, to the speaker, to the tweeter. The tweeter is working just fine, just not the speaker i put in. I still have yet to switch the driver side with this one to see if there is any change (it's been raining here and I don't have a garage) so I need to to check that just to cover all bases.
Any other ideas out there I would gladly accept and appreciate
Are the tweeter and woofer separate or all in one? Is the head unit a "bi-amp" unit? I.e., are there two sets of speaker wires for each channel? I'm wondering if you're getting a high-pass signal from a crossover sent to the woofer, which would make it sound very thing for sure...