1) It's Dynaudio, not dyna audio.anybody out there replaced speakers in the B5 with the dyna audio speakers out of the B6 passat?
curious of the quality of the dyna audio speakers found in new passat??
1) You should have started your own thread for this question.hi i have an pioneer dvd player p4100 and i cant seem to play music videos from the flash drive do u no why that is ?
Kinda late of a reply but I did it anywaysJust because you can physically fit the wire in the amp doesn't mean it needs it. Your mid/hi amp won't draw squat which is why a 4 gauge would be fine.
Thanks for the reply, is there any reason why you chose to splice in behind the stereo? I thought about splicing before rear doors and bring the wire all the way to the side hole in the wheel arch and putting my LOC there, that way I don't have to run a long RCA from the front to the back of the car (so only power wire has to go front/back)I mounted mine vertically in the passenger side cubby of my wagon on a sheet of 1/4" plywood. No heat issues at all, but it doesn't normally get hot anyway. That area is vented along the window. Mounting with the heatsink facing down will incur the most heat related issues. It just radiates back into itself.
I always splice LOCs just behind the radio. Car Alarm, Car Stereo, Mobile Video, and Cruise Control Info for Installers may have the wire colors available.