First of all thanks for the new thread. There really isn't a CD player op the dash,
I will try to attach a picture.
Secondly, the wire that I soldered on the old and new speakers are parallel. And as you said, the new total resistance of the system will now be 1/Rv = ∑ (1/Rn) = 1/ R1 + 1 / R2 gives in my situation:
1/Rv= 1/4Ω + 1/4Ω= 0,5 Rv=1/0,5= 2Ω
I will attach a picture of this as well.
Perhaps this is the wrong way to do it, and I assume that you can help me out here. The speakers work fine however.
For my questions of the first post,
-the mid level and overall sound isn't great, this is also related to my AMP1 problem correct? I should see an improvement on replacing that with an original Saab part?
-is it easier to add the amp of the prestige 300 in the left rear and then wire the woofers to this?
-are the premium 150 systems able to communicate with an prestige 300 amp in the back if I try this route? I wonder if the systems are "plug and play" compatible.
Did some research about amplifiers and resistance, what I did by lowering the resistance of the speakers is dangerous if the AMP is not rated for the lower resistance.
WARNING! For people considering to add some 6x9'' on the rear, wiring them in the way that I did on the picture above MAY RESULT IN DAMAGEING YOUR AMP.
Also, I will be changing this because this is not a proper base channel I discovered.
Question, what is the Ohm(Ω) rating of a Saab pioneer speaker? I have tried to research this but I can't seem to find any information on Saab amplifiers.