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Old 09-09-2015, 02:33 PM
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JKU 15 - Sound Bar Question

Hey Guys,

New to the forum so expect simple minded questions. I want to replace all of my factory speakers using a Audio Control LC6i (eventually) for now I do want to replace my sound bar speakers. Quadratec has these plug and play kicker speakers that seem great but I had Polk Audio db6501 in my old Honda accord. These were fantastic! So I want to upgrade to these using this plug and play feature to make it easier when I swap for the Audio Control LC6i. Any idea where I can buy such a connector Mopar/OEM or aftermarket? See image for reference.

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A lot of people have been using the Infinity 6032si speakers in the sound bar. I just replaced my stock sound bar speakers with the Infinity speakers and I used the Metra "Turbo Wire" for a plug & play. I bought if off of Amazon and they are sold as a pair. Picture below.
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If you want to go the route of a plug and play harness for the speaker leads that is fine, but you could just cut off the plug and put on regular speaker terminals.....I know some people will scream sacrilege! But seriously if you are incapable or unwilling to do that you shouldn't be messing with the audio yourself. not trying to be offensive and condescending just my opinion.

An Audio control lc6i is just a fancy line line out converter, you will still need an aftermarket amplifier to drive the speakers.
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If you want to go the route of a plug and play harness for the speaker leads that is fine, but you could just cut off the plug and put on regular speaker terminals.....I know some people will scream sacrilege! But seriously if you are incapable or unwilling to do that you shouldn't be messing with the audio yourself. not trying to be offensive and condescending just my opinion.
Most people don't want to cut into factory/stock wiring if they don't have to. I, for example, have been messing with car audio for almost 30 years and always use a harness when I can.

To the OP, go to Crutchfield, Sonic Electronix, Amazon or Ebay for the harness.
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Well this is just temporary. I'm going to recut and retire the system to add a set of sups a few amps. I'm not new to audio was just curious if these were sold?
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I took the plunge and cut the wires. The first one was tough but after that I got clip happy and all brackets fell

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