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Hey guys I got a quick question, I simply want to add small rear tweeters n wanted to know if I can simply tap of the front tweeters that come with the stock bose system. Thanks in advance.
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I see no reason why it wouldn't work, I'm curious to see how the project turns out
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Old 11-08-2018, 03:15 PM
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Once its complete I will post pics.
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Check the Tech/Audio, Video, Electronics forum, too.
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Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
Check the Tech/Audio, Video, Electronics forum, too.
I did n from my research any discussion about adding speakers wheater highs,mids n lows theres always an aftermarket amp n if not its never about adding tweeters by taping off the factory ones up front.
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Isn't there a factory sound processor with the Bose setup? Wouldn't it mess with your highs?
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Isn't there a factory sound processor with the Bose setup? Wouldn't it mess with your highs?
that's exactly why I'm asking ppl to see if someone can chime in
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you can do this but you will want to look into what resistors you will want to intall inline. These will work as a simple form of a xover.
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Originally Posted by LIQUIDNEIL View Post
you can do this but you will want to look into what resistors you will want to intall inline. These will work as a simple form of a xover.
how do I determine what type of tweeter n resistor to use?
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I remember there being a chart you can google. Just find out what the lowest tone you should have in those tweets and x refrence it with the chart
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I remember there being a chart you can google. Just find out what the lowest tone you should have in those tweets and x refrence it with the chart
the tweeters I'm buying come with a crossover inline already plus I'm tapping off the factory tweeters after the amp so the frequency should already be set. Correct me if I'm wrong plz
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Originally Posted by Redgoyabean View Post
Hey guys I got a quick question, I simply want to add small rear tweeters n wanted to know if I can simply tap of the front tweeters that come with the stock bose system. Thanks in advance.
You can do it but I wouldn't recommend it.
Are you wanting the sound to be louder?
The factory set up already has a crossover. Adding another crossover may not get you the results you want.

You are also going to lower the final impedance.
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Old 11-12-2018, 02:14 PM
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Originally Posted by blazeplacid View Post
You can do it but I wouldn't recommend it.
Are you wanting the sound to be louder?
The factory set up already has a crossover. Adding another crossover may not get you the results you want.

You are also going to lower the final impedance.
not trying to get louder but theres no tweeters in the back n that's why I would like to add them, so can i just tap off the front tweeters with no issues? Or am I still missing something
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Old 11-13-2018, 10:06 AM
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You can tap into the front pretty easily.
Where are you planning on placing the new tweeters?
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