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TomSilverCelica
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TomSilverCelica Sep 22, 1:15am - #46906 
2001 Silver Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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Subs and Amp

I'm a noob when it comes to systems so could I hook subs and an amp up to my stock stereo? Is there anything I need to buy to do this?

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codealiasJD
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codealiasJD Sep 22, 2:12am - #46907 
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yes you can...you will need to get an rca converter so you will have a audio signal running to your amp. Or you could splice the signal off your rear speakers (i do not recommend).
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aspen
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aspen Sep 22, 2:21am - #46908 

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why not buy car stereo first?your stock wont take your subs and amps pretty much sooner or later it will damage your car stock stereo...

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TomSilverCelica
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TomSilverCelica Sep 23, 12:36am - #46909 
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Where can I buy the rca converter...Best Buy? Also, money is really tight right now so getting a new head unit is not an option. frown

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ssgsky Sep 23, 12:38am - #46910 

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i have a bazooka bass tube connected to the stock rear speakers, with the built in amp. does not take a lot of space, is easily removeable, and pretty light.

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