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I cant fugure out where to hook my amp into this cd player.. Its a alpine bmw buisness radio! thanks

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  • jay789 Dec 12, 2008

    lol thank you... I just tried for an hour to splice into my speakersand hook it up... lol... I give up.. Its only going to cost 100bucks for them to instal it for me... LMAO ..... ALL that werk cuz Im cheap... Im gonna leave it to the pros..

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IN ORDER TO HOOK IT UP U HAVE TO HAVE A RCA CONVERTER, YOU CAN EITHER HOOK IT UP THROUGH YOUR MIDS OR SPLICE INTO YOU STOCK WIRE HARNESS FOR YOUR STEREO, IN THE SPEAKER WIRES.
GOOD LUCK

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