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Old 01-11-2005, 02:35 PM   #1
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I wanted to get a little more umpf from my factory system on my 2k ssei. I don't want to get a new custom system, but just throw in http://www.cardomain.com/item/INFBASSLINK this amp/sub get up. Tell me, will I be able to do this with my factory system?
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I would say that yoo will just need to get powerand a signal to it and it should work for you just take the signal from the back speakers
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yes you will be able to.

Take the rear speaker wires, split them, and run one set back to the rear speakers and one set to the sub/amp thingy.
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haha yah this sub is good for adding bass to your setup. i bought my dad one for his birthday and installed it in his truck for him and he loves it. it comes with the high input speaker input wires and they just plug into the amp after you wire them to the speakers. you will need a wiring kit though. any more questions feel free to ask.

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/viewitem.php?id=372

that is the best deal i have found and they are a good company. i ordered my dads one from this site.
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Cool beans! I like it. I was under the impression that I wouldn't be able to because of all the channels taken up or something like that. I'm totally a n00b when it comes to audio, but my friend Scott is pretty good and had recommended I go this route.


Hey, thanks for that lower price. That is a 90 buck difference between the two sites!
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Just from my experience after putting my subs in. I found that I would have saved money by buying specific wire off ebay instead of buying the streetwires amp wiring kit.

for more specs on what is included check here: (299 price)

http://www.crutchfield.com/*-ePbsYsl...o&i=108BASSLIN

You do not need to worry about the remote turn on wire if you are going to use speaker level inputs (split your rear speaker wires)
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Kevo if your going to go with a setup like this, this is the one to get! These sould really good for what it is. With one of these setups you wont have to fuss with an amp/sub/enclosure setup + you really dont have the added weight and they dont take up that much space.

As for you amp wiring kit always go with a bigger wire setup then is needed so when you upgrade in the future you wont waste money. (good sound is addictive - you will want to upgrade!) Just like corvettecrazy said; buy the wire you need off ebay, you will save alot of money that way and prob get a better setup for the same cost of a kit.
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As for you amp wiring kit always go with a bigger wire setup then is needed so when you upgrade in the future you wont waste money. (good sound is addictive - you will want to upgrade!) Just like corvettecrazy said; buy the wire you need off ebay, you will save alot of money that way and prob get a better setup for the same cost of a kit.
I learned that the hard way, so keeping even 1 person from making the same mistake is worth my time, IMO.
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would something like this help? http://www.cardomain.com/item/PERGMANAF im not sure if thats what he was looking for or not...and that little thing is kinda pricey anyway...there are a couple other brands of em though...but that would seem to do the trick.
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