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alphadeltaomega
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alphadeltaomega Nov 17, 5:48am - #60952 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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SUB and AMP

Hi, I have a question.
I bought a 4 channel amp and a 2 subwoofers. i was wondering if anyone knew how i can connect them to the stock headunit??? is it possible? any help would be appreciated.
Thanks!!!!
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celi2k
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celi2k Nov 17, 6:37am - #60953 
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long story short = hook up your RCA cables from the head unit to the spots in your amp, connect the remote wire from the head unit to the spot on your amp or else your amp wont even turn on. run a wire from your positive battery terminal to the positive on your amp. Ground your negative amp wire to a bolt in your trunk or wherever your box will sit. connect the subs to the amp and blast away. did i leave anything out guys? maybe, but let me know thumbsup
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ronmcfeaters
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ronmcfeaters Nov 17, 7:06am - #60954 
2002 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Aight, this is what you gotta do. First go here http://www.audio-warehouse.com/detail.asp?mdl=PLXR2 and buy yourself some of this line out converters, so you can hook up the PREAMP RCA's to your STOCK head unit. Then you run the remote wire from the amp to a switch you need to fashion up front somewhere, and wire the power from the switch off the ignition. Thats pretty much all you have to do, personally it'd be a lot easier, and higher quality, get a aftermarket head unit and a wiring harness.
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ronmcfeaters
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ronmcfeaters Nov 17, 7:14am - #60955 
2002 Liquid Silver Toyota Celica GT
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My bad, wrong site. you need this thing. http://www.scosche.com/scosche/electronic/SLC4.asp

i still say get yourself a Alpine though thumbsup
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