Can I use Car Tweeters In Computer Speakers

Hello
i have Logitech Z906 speakers and its tweeters are not good
so i was thinking that can i use car tweeters Pioneer Model Ts-s20 In My Logitech Z906
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  1. If you know how to mount them properly and replace the logitech's tweeters with them, I don't see why not.
  2. ya if the wiring and speakers are compatible whynot. but doesnt sound simple to make it work together. but only u can deceide if its worth the time and trouble
  3. iceclock said:
    ya if the wiring and speakers are compatible whynot. but doesnt sound simple to make it work together. but only u can deceide if its worth the time and trouble

    see this is z906 satellite speaker back side and what i am gonna do is to just put + and - wires in these red and black port
    i don't need to open it or any thing like that

    http://img109.imageshack.us/img109/433/smallz906satellitesback.jpg

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  4. i wouldnt see why it shouldnt work

    id give it a go.
  5. Computerrock1 said:
    If you know how to mount them properly and replace the logitech's tweeters with them, I don't see why not.

    what i am worried is my Z906 satellite speaker output is 75W RMS
    and tweeter is 200 Watts Max and Nominal input: 50W will it affect speaker satellite volume
  6. Unless those tweeters have a enclosed magnet, they will sound horrible free airing it. It's just a fact the you have to have air pressure (resistance) in order for it to work properly.

    To sum up, if it is in fact an enclosed magnet then you can do that, otherwise you will have to dismantle the speaker.

    Also, you *may* have horrible artifacts on the low spectrum because you aren't connecting your speaker with any sort of crossover to remove them...
  7. nitinvaid20 said:
    what i am worried is my Z906 satellite speaker output is 75W RMS
    and tweeter is 200 Watts Max and Nominal input: 50W will it affect speaker satellite volume


    yes, the division of the wattage will lower the overall db (volume / loudness) of the speaker.
  8. doesnt sound good from what ypu say nitin. if they dont got the same wattage could sound chopped up.
  9. ok thanks for your replies
    it seems ill use my speakers as they are without additionals tweeters
  10. sounds good ;)
  11. If you place 2 sets of 8 ohm speakers in parallel, the amp will see a load of 4 ohms. Bad things can happen from this. Your amp will actually try to push 2x the power to drive this load.

    In series, you would have a 16 ohm load and the amp would put out less power.

    The speakers do list a crossover(just to cut the low sounds so they do not go to the tweeters) on the cable at least the instructions claim to.
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