It can work, but it will not sound good. Any deformations of the cone will "color" the sound, which will sound muddy and not clear. Eventually the speaker will die due to the voice coil dragging in the magnet because the speaker isn't moving correctly. If you have a speaker with a hole in it you should replace it.
The front and back speakers are 6x9, there are also speaker holes in the front dash on the left and right. The dash speaker holes are small, like 3 1/2 or 4 inch.
You could use larger screws.
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A speaker converts electrical energy into sound.
Just like any other speaker.
I just did some quick research and it looks like there isn't a specific after market speaker that will exactly match your stock speakers. It lists the largest size that will fit in the holes as follows: Front doors=6 3/4", Rear seat side panels=6 1/2". I suspect you may need to drill some new holes and/or modify your speaker holes.
most speaker wires work conventionally so yes it would work but if you go to your local speaker shop you can pick up some good quality speaker wire try it out see what you think
You will get lower output and the amplifier will still work fine.
Yes, but make sure it has drainage holes and won't drip on your table.
Hideki Tojo was the speaker and his position was about the U.S and japan fear or work i think in my opinion.
Loose wire or bad speaker.
5x7 all the way around. Replace with after market 6x8 with 5x7 holes.
It's probably plugged in wrong.
Bill Clinton was the president when Gingrich was House Speaker.
Nope. The Speaker does not work for the President. The Speaker is part of the Legislative branch, President is head of the Executive branch. They were both elected to office.
The speaker size 5x7 and 6x8 refers to the original speaker mountings in a automotive environment. Some car manufacturers use 5x7 speakers with corresponding mounting holes and 6x8 speakers just correspond respectively Having worked as a car audio installer, I find that 5x7 speakers will fit in a 6x8 speaker opening, and you would have to take out the 6x8 speaker holes that are usually found in a 5x7 speaker with the holes horizontally on each end of the oval shaped speaker. You could use a hex saw blade to do this and then break it off using a pair of pliers. OK you know your cars speaker size, next is how much power you will use to drive it. If you are just replacing a stock speaker with an upmarket model, go for at least 100watts max (50rms) two way speaker. If you plan to use the speakers with an external amplifier ( meaning another amp mounted in your boot / trunk area, then go for a higher rating speaker and always check the mounting depth so you have clearance for your window winder mechanisms. 5X7 and 6x8 speakers will fit in those holes respectively, but 6x9 speakers are larger in length.
Connect them to the TV
Yes, they work in either.
check for a broken wire at the speaker happens all the time from putting stuff in the trunk
ones without holes :-)
There is no specific collective noun for 'holes'. However, a collective noun suitable for the situation will work, for example:a series of holesa row of holesa field of holesa chain of holesa cluster of holes
The headphone outlet will not have enough power to make a speaker work unless it is self powered. This means the speaker has anamplifier inside the case.
wiring problem! check wire connection form radio to speaker,if ok, check speaker coil connection, speaker coil may be loosed.
No, the speaker has a negative and positive port, they both need to be plugged into for it to work. if they aren't, then the speaker will not create sound