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Old 05-05-2012, 11:40 PM   #1
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RCA adapter on oem stereo

I have a 02 mustang with the mach sound system and wanna install and amp and subs, I just dont know where should i put the rca(hig/low) adapter and keep the original stereo(head). Can somebody help me?:/
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What you need is a line output converter. Someone on here told.me about it and i got one it works very well. And is very easy to hook up. Look on ebay and you can get one for about $8 & up. works with any car stereo.
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Old 05-06-2012, 04:53 PM   #3
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yeah but where is better to connect it, in the head or in one of the rear amps?
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They are usally hooked in to one of you rear speakers. Thats where i put mine and it works great .
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Re: RCA adapter on oem stereo

if you want to run a high/low converter its gonna take you about 3 hours to spilce the frequency from the back speakers.. not worth it
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What do you mean?
The converter i used took maybe 10 mins to find my tools lay in the truck splice it and hook it to the amp. I waent sure if the post was to me or not lol . Im on my phone.
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Old 05-11-2012, 07:59 PM   #7
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What do you mean?
The converter i used took maybe 10 mins to find my tools lay in the truck splice it and hook it to the amp. I waent sure if the post was to me or not lol . Im on my phone.
Yea only took me about 10 mins as well lol splice and done
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