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Well finally only took Ukahn ( Blu) 10mins to identify all wires by pass oem amp and a couple of hours last night to install a full working %100 install. Consits of Kenwood fold away motorised tv system and xbox. Amp and sub. A job well done. I would say a job i could not be more pleased with professionally done.

A question i have seen asked on so many forums and no one could help. How to install an aftermarket system in the Is200 SE sport and use all factory fitted spekers? :excl::excl: For those of you who are still having problems getting this done and having audio shops rip u off telling you that rear 6X9 will need to be change thats a load :tsktsk: :tsktsk: :tsktsk: of crap. :zee: just give Ukahn a call he can sought it out :zee:

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no they are not, thats the issue. The rear 6x9s are two seperate speakers, the woofer being 2 ohms and the tweet being 4 ohms. Thats why you can have problems driving the original speakers if you are using the headunit amps or amps which are not 2 ohm stable. The resulting overload can blow the amp... so its not just simply using the existing wiring/speakers.

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no they are not, thats the issue. The rear 6x9s are two seperate speakers, the woofer being 2 ohms and the tweet being 4 ohms. Thats why you can have problems driving the original speakers if you are using the headunit amps or amps which are not 2 ohm stable. The resulting overload can blow the amp...  so its not just simply using the existing wiring/speakers.

And using an amp with buit in cross overs am sure does the trick

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Err.. what does built in cross overs have to do with the loading? That means you can run the drivers 'actively' rather than using a 'passive' crossover. The amp would still need to be 2 ohm stable to drive the woofers, or could result in overloading

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Parametric EQ is what you want on horns. They have a sensitive Q range, hence why parametric might be the better option to give you adjustement for wide or narrow... although wide is what you will be using alot of with Horns ;)

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