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Old 01 Jul 2011, 06:31 pm
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Default how to splice speakers in a honda?

ok so i just bought a jvc cd receiver and speaker system and i wanna know what cable i need to buy to splice the original cable from the original honda speakers to the new speakers?
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Old 01 Jul 2011, 06:46 pm
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The best and easiest way is to get a Honda speaker plug to aftermarket speaker adapter, Metra part number 72-7800 or Scosche part # SHHA01B or SHHA02B. They just snap into the Honda factory speaker plugs and then you place the wires on the speaker leads. Bang, done - no messing with a soldering iron and shrink tubing, trying to figure out correct polarity, etc...































You can also get a generic set on Amazon for less than half the price of those crooks at Best Buy or Audio Express, if you can wait a couple of days for online ordering.
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