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Trying to hook up amplifier to after market 6by 9 using factory radio

I need to hook an amp up to 6by9's and subwoofer, but i need to some how hook the rca cables to the speaker line coming from the factory radio, is there some type of product i can buy or can i tie the rca cables into the speaker wire?

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Any of the line output converters on this link should do the trick.

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/cat_i331_line-out-converters.html

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