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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello Jax GS300,
Yes, you can use RCA cables. Just wire in a "low-level" converter.
Using RCA's is really the best way, allowing you to run shielded wiring to the sub, making it less likely that the wiring will pick up electrical interference. I'd install the converter on the rear speaker wires behind the dash.
If you do not want to convert the speaker output, you can drive the Kenwood directly from the speaker wires. The diagram in the install manual shows the connections coming off the rear speakers.
Here's a link to one output converter. This one will convert all 4 speakers.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
There should be RCA's power and ground connections. the rca's run behind the stero, the ground runs somewhere to the frame of the car and power runs to the positive post on the battery.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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