Make sure that nothing obstructs around the mounting location of the door.
A hole for mounting may already be cut out of the inner panel of the door
(front or rear). In this case, you need to modify the board only.
Ensure that the speaker terminals, frame or magnet do not interfere with any
inner parts, such as the window mechanism in the door (when you open or close
the window), etc. Also ensure that the speaker grille does not touch any inner
fittings, such as the window cranks, door handles, arm rests etc.
Turn off the car ignition key.
If the power is on, the click noise generated by the connection
may damage the speakers.
Cut out the mounting template from the packing box.
Paste the template on the location selected for mounting the
Mark the cut-off hole and the 4 bolt holes.
Cut out the marked area and drill the bolt holes.
Remove the grille net.
Strip the speaker wires and connect them to the amplifier.
Black wire: connect to "-" (negative) terminal
Black (white lined): connect to "+" (positive) terminal
Match the "left", "right", "+" and "-" terminals correctly. Revised polarity may
degrade sound quality.
Two 4-ohm speakers, wired in stereo, present a 8 ohm load to each channel
of the amplifier. Most two channel amplifiers work well in this configuration.
However, if two 4-ohm speakers, wired in parallel to a bridged two -channel
amplifier, present a 2-ohm mono load to the amplifier. Most 2-channel amplifiers
do not support 2-ohm mono operation! Amplifier damage may result!
Mount on the speaker as shown below.
Press and insert the edges of the grille net.