Bose speakers ???

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  1. goodinblack

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    I bought mine for the nbs rear sub in the back back. It is 2 ohm.

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    My bad.... I was thinking it was under the console.
     
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    Are these subs similar between generations? Can anyone confirm nnbs is also 2 ohm? I received some metrics confirming its most likely a dual ohm on the nnbs because they are showing double wiring as if there are 2 subs in the nnbs and I'm pretty sure there is only 1. Nissan Murano has 2 small 8" subs.
     
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    Ok so just to add some more info for future reference...

    The factory A-pillar tweeters are not Bose specific. They use the same tweeter in the non Bose trucks as well and there is no ohm rating printed on them.

    Bose front door speakers are 1.9 ohm

    Bose rear door speakers are 3.6 ohm

    Bose D-pillar (3.5") speakers are 12.5 ohm for the non-LUX system and 3.25 ohm for LUX Bose system.

    Bose Premium amp (non LUX) is 6 channel... 9 speakers...

    2 tweets in A-pillar
    2 front door
    2 rear door
    2 D-pillar
    1 dual voice coil Sub under console.

    A-pillar tweets and front doors wired parallel... not sure of total ohms since tweeters aren't marked.

    Rear doors and D-pillar speakers wired parallel so 3.6 ohm door parallel with 12.5 ohm D-pillar = 2.7950310559 or 2.8 ohms at the amp on rear channels and probably 3 ohms by the time you figure in the wiring. I would have to assume the front channels probably run the same ohms.

    LUX AMP has an additional speaker in the center of the dash making it a 10 speaker system.
     
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    Great work Ken! It is my understanding that the speakers are the same for the non-Lux and Lux systems; is that so?

    The non-Lux amp is dumb while the Lux amp is its own module that can be seen and worked on by the Tech2.
     
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    Interesting; I never thought about that before I had a Tech 2 but you're correct, it should be. I'm running what I call a "hybrid" Lux system. I have JBL component speakers in the doors, factory tweeters and D pillar speakers running off the Lux amp, a JL 10" sub in an MTX Thunderform enclosure in the rear driver side panel area running off a Soundstream Nano amp. My HU is a Sony DD. It sounds really good.
     
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    All the speakers are the same EXCEPT the D-pillar speakers as noted above... 12.5 ohm non LUX and 3.25 ohm for LUX.
     
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    Mine doesn't have a center dash speaker. I've had my dash torn apart so I'm sure. Any idea what size the d pillar speakers are? I heard they're not a standard size.
     
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    Thanks for confirming dual voice coil for sub. Can anyone confirm the ohms? Dual 2, dual 4? That 3.5 in the D Pillar looks to be a midrange as I never heard of a tweeter being that big.

    I guess the big debate is if the rear should just be upgraded coaxials or a component set where 3.5 is replaced with a normal tweeter. Never seen a component set with just those 2 sizes.
     

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