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Old 03-13-2012, 02:13 PM   #1
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Any ideas? I'm just trying to find something cheap to use until I get a new radio.





I think it'* model number 09373334.
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Just about any stereo shop should have a thing called a line out converter. It splices into your rear speaker wires and converts it over to RCA connectors if that is what your looking for.
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Excellent, the reason I wasn't finding the item is because I didn't know what is was called.

Do you think this one would work?
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Metra+-+...rter&cp=1&lp=6
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That would certainly work if your amp requires line level output on RCA connectors. Your OEM stereo falls below 30 watts per channel.
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That would certainly work if your amp requires line level output on RCA connectors. Your OEM stereo falls below 30 watts per channel.
Not exactly sure, as my amp didn't come with instructions. It'* old and cheap no name amp so I'm guessing it does require this. I know it uses RCAs.
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Take a picture of it and post it. Any labels I should be able to work with. Lettering, numbers, whatever. I might be able to help ya!
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Sorry that the images are so big. I can't find a button to edit my post to change them.
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There are no other labels, numbers listed on it?

Looks like your Gain control is punched in.
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There are no other labels, numbers listed on it?

Looks like your Gain control is punched in.
Yeah that'* it... no other labels at all. And yes, apparently it is. Never noticed before.
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