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standard head unit question #84178 Jan 15, 9:05pm Jan 15, 9:05pm
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standard head unit question
is it possible to connect an amp to the stock head unit? Becuase my friend is offering me 2 rockford 10" subs with amp and enclosure for $100 but i dont have enough for a head unit now...

Re: standard head unit question [Re: applecelica86] #84179 Jan 15, 9:10pm Jan 15, 9:10pm
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yes it is, it won't sound as good as when you replace the head. But you can do it. Since you have GT there won't be any bypass necessary. Until you get the head unit you won't get the full effect though.

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