yes, but with apple's $30 adaptor
Most likely the speakers are rated for different 'ohms' (or resistance value) in the car stereo wiring. For example, the stock speakers could be rated for 12 ohm wiring, but your aftermarket ones could be rated for 10 ohm wires. The aftermarket speaker would not work, because there is too much resistance in the existing wires. So, either find replace your stock speakers with an OEM (original equipment - manufacturer) part, find an aftermarket speaker that will work with your current wiring, or rerun your speaker wiring (not terrribly difficult, but should still be done by a professional.) Hope this helps.
Yu will need to use an adaptor, one is provided as standard with the handset.
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If the PC is made by Apple then the current Apple operating system is 100% compatible. Other PCs with other operating systems will have varying degrees of compatibility with the current Apple operating system.
i believe the speakers are 6 by 4 inch. If you plan on replacing the speakers in them you will have to drill holes as the current screw holes are set in a triangle and as most new speakers come in a square hole design. i have a 1997 pulsar and in my car the positive was green and the earth was brown.
Yes, they do. You need small electromagnets in the speakers so that you can hear the radio station. The incoming radio signal is converted to an electric current by the aerial, boosted by circuit boards in the radio, then transmitted by the speakers by using the current to vibrate the electromagnets.
No, computer speakers are universal and will work with your computers current software and sound card.
yes their the same engine the only problem you might run into is ac on the other car or your car if not properly done you may not have ac in your current car
You can go wireless, but you will have to buy wireless speakers. There is no current way of upgrading from wired to wireless and keeping the same speakers. The only way I can imagine is to buy some wireless speakers and then dismantle those and add the pieces to the old wired speakers, the ideal outcome, making them wireless and using the same good quality speakers that came with the stereo.
Yes, ear buds and headphones are miniature speakers.
21 mpg on average (cars current condition may effect slightly)
No you can't. None of the current or past generation apple mobile devices are compatible.
All current sims 2 games are vista compatible. as for sims 1, I am not sure but I do know it will play in compatibility mode if you have any problems
The current Apple Wireless Keyboard uses Bluetooth, so it is compatible with all iPads. Any standard Bluetooth keyboard will work.
By the voltage supplied and current needed by the speakers to satisfy the speaker watts specfications.
The length of the wire determines its resistance, therefore the longer the wire is the more current is required to produce the same current to the transducers(Speakers). The length of the cable will also increase the likelyhood of radio interference.
The current iPod Nano range do not play video files.
That sounds like it has to do with the electrical current running through it. You might have a problem with the internal wiring of the speakers.
The highest version of Adobe Flash Player compatible with Windows XP is the current release, Adobe Flash Player 10.0.22.87. The highest version of the authoring studio compatible with Windows XP is the latest, Adobe Flash CS4 Professional.
Adobe Photoshop CS8 most likely WILL BE compatible with OS X, the most current version CS6 is compatible. At this time my crystal ball is malfunctioning, so I can't look into the future to check for you, sorry.
There are current models where the rear speakers are cordless or wireless. These models are generally much more expensive than the cordless models. If you do not have a house with surround sound wiring this is a great option.