Question about Sony Xplod XM-554ZR Car Audio Amplifier
If you dont have a line level converter with adjustable output - get one.
Your amplifier only amplifies the signal it gets - and if its a very low voltage - you wont get as much output from the ampifier.
I always recomend PAC converters. They are a little more expensive - but are #1 adjustable, and #2 they also make one with voltage sensing. You wire up a positive power source, and when it detects voltage from the speaker wires - it will send a remote turn on to your amplifier. (MTX has this technology built in to its amplifiers)
No more crawling under the dash or removing the factory radio!!!
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Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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