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T3 Audio T5S 5-1/4" Component Speaker System
I have an old Soundstream SA-245 amp (mid 90's) that produces 35watts RMS. Will 35watts RMS be enough power these speakers? Or will I be losing out on some sound....
That is about twice the power you will get from a common head unit, so it should be more than enough for these speakers as long as you don't try to crank the bass too much.
Date published: 2014-10-15
I Know these are inexspensive but are the T/S parameters available. I love building inexspensive toys even though I have tons of speakers unused right now
I am sorry, the manufacturer does not provide any TS parameters for these. Unfortunately it is pretty rare to find this type of spec on car components.
Date published: 2014-09-27
The woofers have two separate sets of terminals. Which do I connect to?
One set connects to a red and black wire running behind the magnet and under the label on the back, whereas the other set runs into the center, towards the coil/cone area.
You will want to use the two outer most terminals for the woofer connection.
Date published: 2013-08-26
2005 Dodge Grand Caravan
i know the dash speakers are 5.25, will these fit in my van?
I found the following data on your car.Dodge Grand Caravan Stats:Radio openingUsable space behind your dash for a new stereo:9.825"Radio types that will fit in your dash:2"-tall ("DIN" style)Front speakersDash: 5-1/4" Depth 3"(If a 6 speaker system) Front Door: 6x9" Depth 4"Rear speakersBack Panel: 6x9" Depth 3"Since the speakers depth is 2.625" It should fit. You will only have 3/8" of play and since these do not have vented pole pieces it shouldn't be a problem.You will however have to cut holes to mount your tweeters and find a place to mount your crossovers.
Date published: 2014-01-13