The 1962-1963 Nova Convertible dual voice coil speaker is a dash speaker that has two tweeters on it. One tweeter will handle the left channel while the other will handle the right channel in order to provide you with stereo sound from a single, mono location. The 1962-1963 Nova Convertible, dual voice coil dash speaker is the one we recommend for most applications. The dual voice coil speaker has more cone surface area to provide better mid-range response. On the dual dash mount speakers, including the Kenwood, the center of plate is not creating any midrange sound whereas on the dual voice coil speaker it is. This 1962-1963 Nova Convertible dual voice coil speaker has 4 wire connections on the back, (+) & (-) for the left channel, and (+) & (-) for the right channel.
If you have an original, 8 Ohm or 10 Ohm radio, this speaker will not work. You must use this speaker with radios designed for 4 ohm applications.
- Two Tweeters on a Single Speaker
- 140 Watt Peak Power Rating
- Provides Stereo Sound from Original Mono Location
- Will Not Work with Original 8 Ohm or 10 Ohm Radios