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Confused about wires for car stereo installation

I have an alpine cva-1004 with the 6.5". Now it has the blue/white wire for the remote to the amp and im sure thats what that wire is for. Now there is another wire which is brown/white and it has a label that reads remote out. I am unsure where i am to connect this wire to? any help would be appreciated.

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This is to be used if you wanted the Alpine to control the on/ off functions of other audio devices (such as a second amplifier)

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The blue/white wire is actually for the power antenna. They included the remote out for aftermarket devices

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1994 Dodge Colt Car Audio Wiring Guide


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Doing so is very dangerous.
I admit it is an annoyance because some basic features you can't even control while driving.
Once again I would really suggest not bypassing the saftey feature.
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