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Old 01-08-2004, 10:51 PM   #11
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That'* exactly what I'm seeing. I only get sound if that'* plugged in. How do I make it work with the Pioneer?
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Splice a line from the '12v Acc turn on' to it...


Without that connection the Bose amp does not know to turn on.
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Sweet. Thanks alot. Your help is very much appreciated.
LMK if you need some info sometime. I will be more than happy to help (given I am knowledgeable on the subject).
Thanks again,
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No problem, I've been meaning to finish the write up on how to do that for about 6 months now but kept on putting it off.... I think it would be a good addition to techinfo.
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Most definitely a good one for techinfo or at least a sticky (or whatever the ones are that stay at the top of the indexes.
BTW, other than the quieter-than-the-bose'* Infinity components all is well in Bose/Infinity/Pioneer audio land (at least in my neck of the woods).
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Stupid "premium sound systems". If you're running aftermarket speakers thru the stock wiring you'll have problems. I'd suggest running the speakers off of the Head units internal amp, by running new wiring to the harness. It'll be much higher powered, and clearer.
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i forgot about the amp setup, i just did like bonnemn said before i got my component amp
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I don't run components, just regular 6x9'* and mine is pretty clear.
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