Can you hook up subs to a factory stereo. How do you hook subs up to your factory stereo
Also, for the Line Converter, do you just stick the ends of the wires up into the wire harnesses for your rear dash speakers, or do you have to strip part of the wire?
You might want to would wait to see what JL comes up with, but it may be another 9 months or so before they release anything.
Can You Hook Up Subs To Factory Radio
The stock amp really is not powerful enough nor designed to run the impedance of your MTX. The stock set up was better than it is now. How would I be able to install the most optimal setup possible?
Originally Posted by Trogdor Thanks dd3mon. Will the wires still match up on the aftermarket radio I purchased?
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For more information read this post on how to set up a subwoofer. Even if you have high-end speakers and amplification, a subwoofer can add the deep bass that you may be missing.
The best way to do this would be to use a processor that corrects the audio coming out of the head unit before it gets fed into the amp.
Some adapters are available that will add an auxiliary input to your car's stock radio through an unused CD changer port. AV receivers feature bass management to direct the low bass frequencies to the sub and the midrange and treble frequencies to the speakers.
First of all, great blog. However, you have to remember to turn it off everytime so it won't drain your battery. They say the problem is with the factory radio.