I can't remember the color, but they are twisted together. If you are looking at the wire harness, they are the only two that are intertwined, they stick out. I have a 5, and I taped into them right before the wire went into the rear door.
Yes but with most factory head units the rear speakers are set up for just general fill so both speakers get sent very similar signal which is why you could get away with just tapping one signal. Lots of variable here in which the ultimate out come really wont be changed much. So if you want the least amount of panel pulling you could stick to just one side or just run both and pull everything apartIt's a Rockford mono amp, with high level inputs, along with RCA pre amp ins. I'm going to pull audio from the rear speakers. I would think that if you only pull speaker input from one channel, and the mix had separation of instruments for whatever side channel you pull audio from, you would only hear that channel's bass. I'm just gonna pull both sides..
Yes they are! I noticed that when I changed my speakers lol. I will be getting a 4ch amp soon to take care of thatIsn't the rear usually lower in volume than the front?