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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are two ways you can do this.
First by using the RCA Cables, simply plug the Red and White RCA Cables into the RCA Inputs of the Amplifier. If the Stereo unit only has Two RCA Cables then a splitter can be purchased, turning two into four. This will give a better sound but you loose the ability to balance the front and back from the head unit.
The second way is to use the High Level inputs. These inputs are connected directly to the wired speaker leads from the stereo plug. Make sure you wire the + and - inputs correctly into the amplifier, and use good quality connecting wires as this method tends to "pick up" more noise along the way.
The first method is the best sounding way, and you can adjust the balance between the front and back using the "gain" control on the Amplifier.
I hope this helps, please let me know how you go. Regards GM
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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