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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tech data sheet with diagrams:
In a nutshell, the controller would go between any preamp Stereo OUTput and a dedicated amplifier INPUT. You really don't have much choice in the matter. The 802's and their controller are part of an inseperable system.
The Bose 802/901 family uses full-range speakers instead of traditional woofer/tweeter combinations, so they compensate for the response limitations at the extreme frequencies by using severe electronic modification of the program material. Hence, they are a system, functionally inseparable, but the results are outstanding. Consequently, they need a dedicated amplifier so they alone get the processing provided by their electronic component.
I don't have any data on your mixer/amp but if you can't insert the conroller logically between the mixer and its amps then you'll have to get separate dedicated amplification for the 802's, with the controller between the mixer and that amp.
Posted on May 17, 2009
Are you trying to install a new stereo? If so will need to re-wire all your speakers because of the bose system.
And if im not mistaken your year truck might need a really expensive harness to install the radio. Here is a link to it.
You should look into this too! http://www.crutchfield.com/p_120GMOS04/GM-Factory-Integration-Adapter.html?
Posted on May 22, 2009
It comes with special connectors - not necessarily special wire.
You will need the Lifestyle Cables.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2009
If you have switched speakers to confirm that that speaker is faulty and not your amp, it's a question of opening up the speaker and looking for obvious damage. If none then find the bass driver and remove one connection to it. Then with a 1.5 volt battery connect the + to the plus of the bass driver and the - to the other terminal. ONLY FOR A SPLIT SECONED! If the bass unit works it should pop and you should see the cone move. If it doesn't either the wire from the speaker has come away from the terminal point (bad soldering) or the coil is open circuit (new bass unit I'm afraid). If it does pop it's something on the crossover that's faulty. Check for bad soldering first.
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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