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post #3 of (permalink) Old 02-07-2014
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A 4ch Line Out Converter needs the 2 pair of wires from your front speakers and 2 pairs from either your shaker subs or the rear wires. I personally would use the front speaker and the shaker subs for the Line Out Converter. They are all up front and keepa it tidy.

Once that is decided you'll have 2 sets of RCA plugs to work with your amplifier. I would amplify your front speakers and the subwoofer. Leave the rear speakers on stock headunit power.

From there you just need to decide where you want to place everything. Run power wires on the opposite side of the car from speaker wires etc. If you dont u can have "noise" coming thru your speakers.

Just do a bit of reading first. But I always find it helpful to just grab a piece of paper and draw out the whole install. You'll be way more prepared. Its just hooking up wires and placement. Once its all drawn out its just execution. It can be easy if you want it to be.


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