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QK connectors???

Discussion in 'Car Audio' started by Jim_Waddle, Jun 28, 2004.

  1. Jim_Waddle

    Jim_Waddle Guest

    i have been told to set up my new system using these 'qk connectors'
    I'd be grateful to know exactly what these are and were i could get some???

    Also if any 1 has the time and experience i wood really appreciate a kinda step by step guide (photos wood be great!) on how to remove and install a new H/U in a vl commodore!?! help out a fellow commodorian!

    Cheers guys,

    Tim
     
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  2. Jim_Waddle

    Jim_Waddle Guest

    :mad: um is there a reason no one will help me?
    all i wat to know is wat qk connectors are???
    cmon peeps help me out im quite noobish
     
  3. Gobbles

    Gobbles New Member

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    im not quite sure but i think QK Connectors might be the little lego block looking things that you slide a wire from your headunit into and then from the other side slide in say a speaker wire...thats the only thing that i can think of. Ask your mate or whoever told you what he means because i think thats what they are talking about
     
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    Baldric The BOSS

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    Qk connectors are similar to the conection method audio deisgners use to combine power/audio and other leads into one connection point, it allows all to be grouped into a single plug, alas you dont get faulty connections or have to hardwire it, if u buy a new car, disconnect it and plug the old stereo back into the old one (i just run a loopback off the original head deck plug)
     

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