Question about Car Audio & Video
I have a 2008 Ford Fiesta 1.6 TDCi and would like to install an amplifier with some more speakers. The problem being that there is no AUX out on the in-built front loader (or is there?) to connect the amplifier. I fiqured I could use the feed from the back door speakers to the amplifier, connecting a filter inbetween. What is the best filter to use and the confiqurement to reduce noise (as I presume there would be)? Can I interlink the filter input and the back speakers (connected in parralel) or would it affect the resistence for the output of the radio? Hoping you could help, Kevin
You simply need a line level convertor.
It is tapped into the rear speaker(s) wire and converts the signal into a low-level RCA output your amplifier can use.
A good one will have a noise supression circuit built in.
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