Question about RCA Car Audio & Video
Not a relay, but a line level converter. You can get one at any place that installs car radios. You tap off your speaker wires and it brings the level down to the proper level for input to an amplifier. It has no appreciable drain on your speaker output so you would not even notice any drop in volume from the radio to the speakers it drives.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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