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Old 07-19-2014, 11:28 AM   #11
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incorrect. when you have the sync/sony system and the tweeters are in the pillars, only a midbass signal gets sent to the doors. the highs get sent to the pillars. this would make you tweeters in your new speakes useless. but since you dont have tweeters in the pillars, then you dont need to worry about it. also, those adapters will not fit the tweeter connections.
Well I must have a special truck cause I installed aftermarket speakers with tweeters in my doors and the tweeters in them work just find.

I have the Sync Sony 700watt systems.

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Old 07-19-2014, 11:33 AM   #12
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Well I must have a special truck cause I installed aftermarket speakers with tweeters in my doors and the tweeters in them work just find.

I have the Sync Sony 700watt systems.

Wayne

Yep but shhhh it's a secret that we coonass get special trucks built in a completely different section of the KC and DB plants.

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when you have the sync/sony system and the tweeters are in the pillars, only a midbass signal gets sent to the doors. the highs get sent to the pillars. this would make you tweeters in your new speakes useless..
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Apparently you didn't comprehend the OP's question, he asked about door speakers NOT pillar speakers.

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i believe this has value in his original question. what good is a tweeter in the door if its only getting a low signal?
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i believe this has value in his original question. what good is a tweeter in the door if its only getting a low signal?

What makes you think it has any relevance speculating what system he has?

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Weird...I have a '14 w/ Sync and A pillar tweeters. I used the harness referenced here (Metra) and added Pioneer two way speakers and my highs/tweets sound just fine. As I recall, the tweeters in the pillars get a full signal, but have capacitors on them to limit the lower freqs. (don't quote me on that)
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