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Old 08-21-2011, 01:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Badgeroonie View Post

Thanks for that - it is music to my ears as makes my plans easier to do in steps. I have the coupe so also have speakers in the rear shelf. They are full range ones I assume or just a pair of woofers?

Out of interest how did you know that the crossovers are at the speakers? Do you know if it is a full range signal to the woofer, with the tweeter then taken of that wire with a HP crossover at the tweeter? My e46 was like that, so I wonder if similar here.

Thanks again
FYI, I have the premium sound (Logic 7) system in my car.

I have 2 woofers in the trunk that vent into the cabin by the rear seats. You should see a vent on each side of the seat on the bottom. The shelf speakers would be full range or at least above 100Hz (if you have woofers). I'm not sure if the signal to the woofer amps are full or not.
I found the passive cross overs in the doors when I pulled them apart to replace the tweeters with Polk silk domes.
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