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Old 01-05-2007, 10:57 AM   #1
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I don't know if this has been asked before. Can an a/m amp be installed in place of the factory amps while still using the stock head unit on a 460 system? I, strange enough, like the stock head unit and if I don't need to replace it, I don't want to. Any ideas?
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Old 01-05-2007, 01:53 PM   #2
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yea it can but the quality wont be as good. Not sure exactly what you need but it has been done many times
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a couple of audio people think that my factory amps can't handle the a/m speakers i put in place of my lows. they keep cutting out at midrange volume with just a little bass. i am re-intalling my factory lows and seeing if that changes. if it does, then i know that i need a new, higher wattage amp. does that sound right to you?
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If you are looking for more lows, then just put a PAC adapter from the wires going to your present lows then run your power/remote wires and just add an amp and a sub. Way less trouble for more sound. Just be sure to use the SNI-35 or the 35 watt adapter.
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update:

i re-installed my factory lows (good thing i kept them) and it turns out that my amps just suck and can't handle the a/m speakers. so for now i have to leave the fac speakers in and wait to purchase a new amp. would rather have the fac speakers in than having the a/m cut out. that's freaking annoying.
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you would need a line out converter like this PAC SNI-35 - Adjustable Line Output Converter Utilize Audio Transformer for Noise Isolation Compatible with 2 - 40 watts RMS of Radio Output - , Car Installation & Accessories, Amplifier Installation, Line-Out Converters - Sonic Electronix
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Kind of like what i said?

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If you are looking for more lows, then just put a PAC adapter from the wires going to your present lows then run your power/remote wires and just add an amp and a sub. Way less trouble for more sound. Just be sure to use the SNI-35 or the 35 watt adapter.
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Re: Another Amp Question

some people might not be able to find something like that just by a part number or "the 35 watt adapter"
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Ok fine you got me .
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