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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-01-2012 Thread Starter
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2001 mustang with mach 460 installing sub/amp into aftermarket head unit

Hi when I got my mustang it had the stock 6 cd changer with an amp and 2 12" subs installed through the data cable in the back. everything was fine. However I am planning on installing an aftermarket head unit and would like to hook up the amp directly to the new head unit now. So my question is if I just unplug the RCA cables that are going from my amp to where the data cable is under the rear speakers, and plug them directly from my amp to the new headunit is that gonna be ok? Because I know theres also a line out converter thats spliced into the data cable wires....can I just leave those alone and just move the RCA cables? Or do I need to unhook all of it? (BTW my remote lead wire is already spliced into one of the fuses under the dash) Thanks a lot!

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-11-2012
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If I understand you correctly, right now your RCAs are plugging into a line out convertor which is spliced into data cables.

If that is true, yes you can just run that end of the RCAs straight to the aftermarket deck, you don't even have to remove the LOC if you don't want to.

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