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    Quote Originally Posted by leearnold89 View Post
    For a Facelift the speaker wires are easily accessible from behind the cubby hole under the light switch - Green plug on top - You can run the wiring behind the dash and glovebox for your passenger side sub. (your glovebox will be out anyway as you're running the power straight from the battery)

    Remote wire I added a switch but connected it to the front ashtray AUX socket positive as this is ignition live and I can't accidentally leave it on plus when the misses is in the car and 'I don't like the subwoofer' I can easily turn it off

    One thing I did fit extra to mine was a 'vibe quick release connector'. If I ever need to remove the sub quickly just pull it apart and you can remove the sub
    Thanks for that. Looking at the Vibe Active 8 system also, just can't tell if it has all the wires like the kenwood does. It doesn't need the remote switch apparently. Will get one or the other ordered this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattG View Post
    Thanks for that. Looking at the Vibe Active 8 system also, just can't tell if it has all the wires like the kenwood does. It doesn't need the remote switch apparently. Will get one or the other ordered this week.
    I have 2 Vibe Slick S12 1200w in the boot and for a lower budget speaker they are perfect - both run off of a mono 300w amp so operating well below what they can do and pack a big punch still!

    Going by what I have found it includes all the wiring
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