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  1. Technical & Advanced Car Audio Discussion
    Hello, I want to add a new sub and amp to my Chrysler 300S but also keep my factory dre beats sub connected. I need to acquire a signal (usually using a line out converter) to send to my new amp via rca's. Do you know if its possible to tap off of the factory sub for the signal? Or would there...
  2. Technical & Advanced Car Audio Discussion
    I really need help. First of all everything works so it’s wired correctly. 2007 Camry, stock radio w/o JBL. I have a 4 channel Pioneer amp installed using a PAC Audio 4 channel line out converter (triple checked it is wired correctly). Amp takes a 6v line level input, when I measure the...
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    Works great, upgraded to after market head unit and no longer need it. I realize I'm a new member, but I do have PayPal and OfferUp for your buyer protection if I am shipping. Asking $120 OBO. Located locally in San Diego. text 949-541-1062 for a faster response.
  4. New Member Introduction
    Hi I am very new to this forum so I’m not sure if this thread is in the right place but anyway... I have just bought a 2009 VW GOLF GT and am trying to swap the subwoofer from my old car into my golf. In my old car I was using an aftermarket stereo so I could connect the sub via the rca outputs...
  5. General Car Audio Discussion
    I just got a new car and can't find a lot of resources on how to connect the AudioControl LC2i line out converter to a factory system. Does this pic sum it up? I drew it in MS Paint. Ideally I'd use wire splice connectors to tap into the speaker wires. What I'm really not sure about is the lack...
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