Wiring the speakers out of phase will not cause damage to the speakers. if the left is wired out of phase and the right is wired in phase, you will have cancellation resulting in no bass. If you've ever seen woofers installed backwards on the outside of fiberglass enclosures showing the magnet structure, they are wired out of phase. A woofer will move the same amount of air wired out of phase as they will in phase. If there are more than one, they just have to be wired the same.attillahunley said:Yes there is, see previous threads on installs. If you wire the speaker backwards, it will pull the speaker to the magnet and not push it away like it is supposed to. Speaker death soon to follow. The 4 surround speakers are the biggest alteration in sound. Even though the magnet on the stock 6x9's is about as bid as a nickle, they produce more adequate sound than the 2.6" surrounds.
Prossound said:LF Speaker +/- + pink - purple +,- radio harness
RF Speaker +/- + lt. green - blue +,- radio harness
LR Speaker +/- + black - yellow +,- radio harness
RR Speaker +/- + red - white +,- radio harness
hope this helps
SoonerFJ said:Does anyone have the polarity for the 6x9's in the door? The passenger door has a red wire and a white wire. The driver's door has a solid blue wire and a red wire with a blue stripe.
Thanks in advance!
Assuming that you understand how a speaker converts electrical signals into soundwaves in air, the following will make sense.whats with all the plus and minuses,, hard to understand