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Radio wiring Is there anyway to hook up subwoofers and amps with out buying a new cd deck

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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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