Re: [FWDLK] WHAT OHM'S IS THE 1956 REAR SPEAKERS??????
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Re: [FWDLK] WHAT OHM'S IS THE 1956 REAR SPEAKERS??????



I've got a modern 3-way 8-ohm 6x9" rear speaker in my 57, and use a factory
Fader-switch to play with the front & rear sound, but, mostly, that Fader
switch alternates the sound, ft : rr,  rather than 'fading' it.

Neil Vedder



Fern wrote:
Most of those old speakers were either 3.2 ohms or 4 ohms and rated usually at only 5 watts or so. Fern
    ----- Original Message -----
    *From:* Ron Swartley <mailto:Archangel1390@xxxxxxx>
    *To:* L-FORWARDLOOK@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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    *Sent:* Monday, January 10, 2011 10:57 AM
    *Subject:* [FWDLK] WHAT OHM'S IS THE 1956 REAR SPEAKERS??????

** * In 1956 Plymouth and Dodge, DeSoto and Chrysler all went to 12
    volts electrical systems.*
    *What OHM's are the radio back seat speakers in theses cars. Most
    of them had 4 X 6 rear speakers up to and including 1956 and then
    in 1957 they went to the larger 6 X 9 speakers on the rear shelf. *
    *Also any information on the front speakers is welcome. I think
    the radios were only about 5 to 8 watts?*
** *Ron Swartley*

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