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Oct 23, 6:38pm - #55200 
Head Unit

Does anyone have the Alpine CDA-7995 head unit? Whats up with it needing an amp? Is it something you need or just recommended?


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Oct 23, 7:08pm - #55201 
nope, you gotta have one cause there's no internal amplification.

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Oct 24, 11:08am - #55202 
how many watts amp would i need? and how many channels would you reccomend?


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Oct 24, 3:01pm - #55203 
It depends on what your going to be using. Are you going to using stock speakers still?

Im not 100% positive but if you have a gts you can wire the headunit to the stock amp with no problems, but if there is no amp in the car currently then you're going to need a small 4 channel, no more than 40 watts rms per channel or else your speakers won't last.

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Oct 24, 6:49pm - #55204 
how many watts to those two subs. I have two 1200Q's from Audiobahn(best way to go) with only 900 watts(interfire amp) and i pushed 149.7dB. thumbsup

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Oct 24, 7:07pm - #55205 
Originally Posted by UncleBen
It depends on what your going to be using. Are you going to using stock speakers still?

Im not 100% positive but if you have a gts you can wire the headunit to the stock amp with no problems, but if there is no amp in the car currently then you're going to need a small 4 channel, no more than 40 watts rms per channel or else your speakers won't last.

Anyone know for sure if i can do this? Also how hard would it be to hook other things up to the head unit later like subs?


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Oct 24, 8:02pm - #55206 
when you hook up subs later your not going to be using the headunit for anything but a turn on signal and the rca pre-outs so you dont need to worry about add on's yet...

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