Learn how to wire a Solo Baric Kicker 10 speaker for optimum sound quality. Most car audio systems come with a basic speaker system that may not really suit your taste if you are looking for good sound quality. The bass system for your car can be tremendously enhanced by installing a Kicker 10 Solo Baric subwoofers. These are designed to provide some high powered sound effects. The unique square cone design of the subwoofers provides a larger surface area compared to subwoofers having round design. The wiring of the Solo Baric Kicker 10 Speaker isn’t very complicated even if it has a different design. It is actually wired using the same steps that are used while installing other car subwoofers.
Things you will need to wire a Solo Baric Kicker 10 speaker:
- Wire strippers
- Wire cutters
- Take the end of your Solo Kicker 10 speaker wire which leads from the amplifier and run it to the speaker terminals of the subwoofer. You will notice two round posts on the subwoofer, one is red in color, this is positive and the other in black color, this is negative.
- Using the wire cutters, cut off any extra speaker wire. Peel off 1/2 an inch of insulation coat from one end of the two wires attached to the speaker.
- Press down the red terminal post of the Solo Baric Kicker 10 subwoofer till a hole appears in the side. Slide in one bare end of the wire inside the hole, clamp the wire into place by releasing the post. Make sure that the wire put in this terminal is connected with the positive terminal of the speaker on the amplifier. You can check this by looking for the "+" mark on the amp.
- Press down the black terminal post of the Kicker 10 subwoofer till a hole appears in the side. Slide in the bare end of the second wire inside the hole, clamp the wire by releasing the post. Ensure that the wire inserted into this terminal is connected with the negative terminal of the Solo Baric Kicker 10 speaker. You can check this by looking for the "-" mark on the terminal of the Kicker 10 Speaker.
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