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Wondering if anybody knew if they make an AI-net to RCA adapter that I could plug onto the end of my AI-net cable that comes out of the head unit, and would have male RCA inputs that could be plugged straight into an amp (or in my case, a Bit Ten)? I guess this is a female AI-net to male RCA. This would save my from having to re-run cables under the carpet and through the dash.

I saw one that looked like the opposite of what I am trying to find.

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Wondering if anybody knew if they make an AI-net to RCA adapter that I could plug onto the end of my AI-net cable that comes out of the head unit, and would have male RCA inputs that could be plugged straight into an amp (or in my case, a Bit Ten)? I guess this is a female AI-net to male RCA. This would save my from having to re-run cables under the carpet and through the dash.

I saw one that looked like the opposite of what I am trying to find.

Thanks!
You are probably referring to the KCA 121B as the one you saw...

Alpine KCA-121B (kca121b) Auxiliary Input Adapter for Ai-Net

Since the Ai-Net is supposed to be a way to input signal to an Alpine head unit via the Aux. port, it its probably the wrong method of getting sound out of the HU.
 

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Yea, I guess I'll just have to run another RCA then. Oh well.
 
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