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The easiest way to remove rear speakers and sub?

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by RQ, May 24, 2011.

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    [May 24, 2011]
    Hello,

    I have installed to my 8P new front speakers and sub + amplifier. Now I think that the factory sub and factory rear speakers are uselessnes, so I want to remove those from my car audio. Which wires must be removed if I want to shut down those speakers? I think that (cutting wires) is the easiest way to remove them, isn't it? Then I can set from my CD-player fader as "0" and there only plays front speakers and subwoofer.
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    sparki I <3 bass

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    I left the rear speakers in and just disconnected the original sub just fade to the front a bit if your fronts are a better speaker. as for the wiring situation im not sure my friend installed i just watched lol
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    If I fade from CD-player to the front, I don't hear my subwoofer (Amboss 12")... That's why I think it's best to disconnect wire.
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    Really? I have mine faded to the front slightly probably about 3 clicks and my sub still takes my head off Hertz hi engery 10" running from an audison srx2s connected via the rear speakers
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