Introduction: Including RCAs to a regular Car unit that is head
Then hopefully this should help you : if you want to upgrade your sound system in your car by adding a sub woofer or speakers powered by an auxiliary amplifier without having to get a new head unit)
I made the decision to help keep my standard mind product since it looks well into the automobile, is less inclined to attract thieves when compared to a shiny after-market product and it's also a factory upgraded product anyway and I also think it is offers very good sound quality, it really works with all the tyre controls and contains bluetooth and aux-in, so an after-market unit would not provide an amazing update.
Factory mind devices hardly ever have RCA or "Low line" outputs which your amplifier shall significance of it is input sign. A "Low line converter" is a computer device that will piggy straight back your presenter outputs from your own mind device and transform them to Low Line RCA outputs for your amplifier
The converter I got myself also offers you a "remote cable" production which informs your Amp as soon as the automobile is on if you get a converter without this option you can just join the remote wire to the Acc circuit of your car, or the 12V circuit with a switch (you will have to remember to turn it off though or your amp will drain your battery pack so that it does not drain your battery pack)
The techniques i used will need an awareness of car/car stereo electrics so be careful so just as never to harm your vehicle or your self :)(more…)