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How to install the premium sound line output converter for the bose system

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You won't for the Bose system is only set for the amps for each speaker. You will harm the outputs if you tried this. I have owned many Bose systems and had asked about beefing them up direct through Bose before for my customers

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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 then hopefully this should help you :)

I decided to keep my standard head unit because it looks well in the car, is less likely to attract thieves than a shiny after-market unit and it is a factory upgraded unit anyway and i find it gives pretty good audio quality, it works with the steering wheel controls and has bluetooth and aux-in, so an after-market unit wouldn't offer a substantial upgrade.

Factory head units rarely have RCA or "Low line" outputs which your amplifier will need for it's input signal.
A "Low line converter" is a device which will piggy back your speaker outputs from your head unit and convert them to Low Line RCA outputs for your amplifier

The converter i bought also gives you a "remote wire" output which tells your Amp when the car is on so it doesn't drain your battery, 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)

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Look online, there's acura specific amp bypass male connector harness available! Then get a line output converter for the aftermarket sub and your good to go!

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Yes you need to turn on the BOSE amplifier in the car to hear the sound. The wiring diagram is actually on top of the factory radio
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The Bose system is complex - it has an amplifier separate from the Bose compatible radio. This amplifier takes low level audio signals from the radio, not full driver outputs from a replacement radio, and by trying to use the replacement radio you may have blown the amplifier. If that is the case, you may not be able to go back to the original radio.
The only option you may have with the replacement will be to find the Bose amplifier and bypass the connections to feed the replacement radio outputs directly to the speakers. This may not be as simple as it sounds, as distribution to the various speakers comes from the amplifier, not the radio, and the wiring from the amplifier to the radio may not have all the wires you need. Before going on, you had better get a wiring diagram for the Bose system (service manual or Alldatadiy.com).

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I'd take it to someone that knows what they are talking about. Sounds like he's wanting to take the kids to DisneyWorld on your repair bill.....
If your car has a BOSE or Premium Sound system, each speaker has an amp built in it. If it does NOT have a BOSE, the only amp is in the radio it's self. On a 1995 Lincoln, one route would be to head to your local salvage yard for one. Should run about $75 or less.... OR check ebay. You'll need to pull the old radio to make sure you get the correct model replacement.
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yes, you'll need to purchase a "line level converter" to change the speaker connections to RCA connections. Or buy an amp that accepts speaker level inputs and extend the wires to the amp. If you have Bose system (says "Bose" on speakers), this will be different since you already have a factory amp

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