Question about Car Audio & Video
The plug consists of a 7 pin plug which contains a ground, a hot lead for the PEQ itself, a neutral for the PEQ, and a hot and negative for each L and R channel, respectively. I had mine changed to RCA's years ago by a local shop, then soldered the connections myself after the proper connections were changed at the shop. I now have the signals changed into a Symbi-Link Transmitter/ Reciever System (unbalanced to balanced inputs) and am able to de-tune the PEQ and still get more output. It's fun... Hope the info helps.
Posted on Jan 16, 2011
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