Re: [DML] To Cut or Not to Cut..Front Dash for Radio
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Re: [DML] To Cut or Not to Cut..Front Dash for Radio

Someone suggested that I could just rewire the front speakers and still let the back speakers use the common ground. Will that work?

Hank <heskin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:          Marv,
What you suggest below will most likely NOT work on any current
radio. The Craig uses a floating or common ground wire for all four
speakers (or at least a common ground between the left and right, as I
recall). This WILL totally fark up any current technology receiver
that depends on dedicated (non-shared) grounds run to each speaker.
So using the old harness wired up to a new radio will result in
horrible fidelity, if the receiver even works at all. Before doing
what you plan, you should search the archives for a long discussion
about "floating grounds".


On 10/27/06, Marv Williams <marv2020@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> my plan is to cut the old wiring harness from the Craig radio, and rewire the old harness to my new radio speaker/power wires. This way I can just plug it back into the existing radio connection.


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