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2v preouts from deck want to make them higher voltage for amp

I have a pioneer deck with only 2 volt sub out and left and right. my amp is hifonics with up to 9v gain i want to raise voltage from sub out to get closer to the 9v i non amp how would i do that without getting new deck

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You can get a line driver, it will add the volts you need and they are adjustable, Audio Control has some nice stuff.

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