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Old     (corerider)      Join Date: May 2008       02-21-2012, 6:21 AM Reply   
So I'm helping my brother out on a stereo project for his boat and basically I'm having to rewire the entire system because the "Stereo shop" that preveiously installed the system had their heads up their arses evidently. We are trying to re-use everything we can, but when it came to the speakers I've run into some questions...

1) He has 4 sets of Clarion CM1632's. I haven't had much luck finding info on these, but it looks like they cut out a bass blocker or cross-over and just wired the mid-ranges speakers to 2 channels and the tweeters to the other 2 channels. (1ohm loads on the amp... yeah!) What little I can find these don't look to be componet speakers, just separates with a bass blocker for the tweeter. Is this right? If so would this be the correct blocker to use? http://www.hifisoundconnection.com/S...id/0/SFV/30046

2) Anyone with knowledge on these speakers that could verify what I'm seeing?

I wish I had taken pics of the install these people did. I'm talking wire nuts, 1 ohms loads on amps, etc. There is no way this shop coulds still be in business.

 
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