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Airlifter
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Airlifter
06-06-21 04:36 AM - Post#2821201    

I have a radio replacement for my 51 and I would like to add a couple of speakers. The radio has 4 ohm speakers and a friend gave me two 10ohm speakers. Are these compatible? I know absolutely nothing about this subject so all help appreciated.

Thanks, Pete
1951 styline deluxe sport coupe w/'60 261 engine & 54 powerglide

Mel Foye
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Mel Foye
06-06-21 01:10 PM - Post#2821231    

Well Pete my son hooked up the sound in our house and on some speakers he put small small small tootsie roll things with a wire going in one end and another wire coming out of the rear end. Then sound came out.
Maybe this will hold you till somebody else walks by. :wink :
Airlifter
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Airlifter
06-06-21 01:49 PM - Post#2821234    

Thanks. That is more than I knew. BTW, I love tootsie rolls.
1951 styline deluxe sport coupe w/'60 261 engine & 54 powerglide

jdk
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jdk
06-06-21 02:32 PM - Post#2821237    

http://www.turnswitch.com/speakers.htm

i believe the third paragraph. jim
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