4 inch Component Car Speakers PL42BL
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HI, do you suggest using a high pass filter with these 4" speakers? What frequency? Details: I have the stock oem radio in the vehicle, but will add a powered subwoofer.
This speaker is built with a capacitor for the tweeters and is ready to use. simply connect to the speaker out of your radio
HI.. Can you sell one of these? I damaged one of mine.
It is only sold as a set
Have asked a couple questions via the tech response and have yet get a response. Looking at pairing these with the blue series 8 inch sub in a portable Bluetooth unit. Was not finding info on propper enclosure size for sealed or vented set up. It was the look that drew me to these, but ...
Not able to find a sealed box for 8"
Where can I find installation and connection instructions for my 4 inch Pyle car speakers that I just purchased. There was nothing in the package pertaining to installation except for a paper template. Thanks for a reply
To mount the PL42BL speaker.
* 1st You have to place the speaker where you wanted it and attach the wiring to it
* 2nd Take the Grill/Mesh and gently push the mesh off of the frame
* 3rd mount the frame on top of the speaker and put in the four screws on the four slots/corner of the speaker. Make sure it's nice and tight.
* 4th Put the mesh in on top of the speaker frame and gently press on the sides to lock the mesh into the frame.
Hope this helps!
Hello, My name is Ian Bouthillette, and I am a mechanical engineer with Lenco Industries. We currently use the PL42BL speaker on our trucks but have the cages fall off sometimes. I was wondering if you could send me some install instructions as im working from home right now. / If you could confirm if the 4 evenly spaced spots on the speaker are supposed to be used to dimple punch in order to keep the cage / mesh on i would greatly appreciate it. thank you in advance, Ian
No need to punch a hole on the mesh. Please check this one :
Just put the grill back in and put some glue around.