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Old 11-28-2012, 02:44 PM
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+/- speaker wire 2013 rubicon

I am about to do a stereo overhaul on my rubicon. Can someone please help figure wich wires are + and wich are -. It is the alpine premium system.

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There are no speaker +/- at the radio harness. The audio signal is carried via digital signals to the amp, which processes the signal and splits it up to the correct speakers. If you plan to re-wire the audio system, you will only find speaker wires after the amp before the speakers. If it were me and I was doing a true full system overhaul, I would run new 16 gauge wires from my new amp to each speaker anyway.
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Gotcha, my wife is making me wait until Xmas for my amp and new sub. I am impatient and want to go ahead and set up my new Focals to see the diffrance. Thanks for the post.
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