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Old 12-22-2007, 04:00 PM   #1
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OEM head unit amp connections

Im installing an infinity 475a in my truck. Do i need any special connectors to interface the amp with the OEM head unit? Someone I talked to mentioned something like a "high/low" connector. I bought an amp wiring kit from Crutchfield, but im not sure if i have everything i need.

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Old 12-26-2007, 07:43 AM   #2
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So what was the answer? I'm interested in this too. I just put in a new set of speakers and would like to install an amp.
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With my research i have come to the conclusion that I will need a Line converter The OEM head unit does not have pre-amp outputs, so I will have to connect the existing output wires to the line converter which has RCA jacks on the other side. From there I will connect 2 double RCA connectors to the RCA input jacks on the amp.
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Some amps come with speaker level inputs so you don't have to buy the extra line converter.
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