how do i change front speakers on a 1500 honda goldwing?

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use a 1/8 jack cable from the stereo ouputs. Then an adapter to what ever component you want to run into. Just know the computer sound card cannot drive the loudspeakers themselves. http://www.home-speaker.net/hometheatersetup.html