Question about Car Audio & Video
It can be any wires that carry a signal. The ones that are going to the BOSE sub currently in there will definitely work, they are already producing sub-range frequencies, so it will work best. If there is the equivalent of a sub out on that deck then these wires will be it, if not they will be the same as any other wires in the car.
You can attach it anywhere, behind the stereo is just as good as right in front of any speaker... the signal is the same. The only time it wouldn't be is if the cables were hundreds of feet long, which of course they are not.
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Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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