Question about 2004 Nissan XTerra
Adding an amplifier in no way draws more power from the stock radio or head unit. All it does is take the signal be it either a line level signal from the wires going to the speakers ( as long as the amp has inputs for line level or speaker inputs) or a signal from pre outs with RCA jacks you just need to make sure you supply power to the amp adequate for whatever amp you purchased. As long as the connections are made properly and everything is fused properly with the correct gauge wires there will be no problem at all. Allthough the stock head unit unless it is a premium unit wont have the quality of sound you would get from a good head unit. Once you install an amp and good speakers you may notice that the head unit isn't quite up to par.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Thats not a good idea the much power taken from the radio will fry the radio a stock stereo usally has a 125 watt max so my suggestion is but a radio that can deal with the power
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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