Question about Pioneer DEH-P80MP CD Player
I have a pioneer cd player which I bought from one of the Audio sound here in Honolulu and I do have a ten inch subwoofer which I do not know the exact watts of each speaker. Basically, I only have a cd player and a sub.
First of all ,choose COMPONENT speakers and a good amplifier which any good car electronic shop will help u select.
For connecting them buy GOOD connecting wires (leads).Ask an electronic expert to install them for you.
(this cd player will have a seperate subwoofer output.)connect the subwoofer and enjoy
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
This Unit has got a 4x60w amp built in.
On it's own the subwoofer will not work, you need to buy a Monoblock amplifier, a wiring kit and a set of RCA leads to run it.
The RCA leads plug into the SUB output RCA sockets on the back of the headunit.
The OEM speakers in your car will not be of great quality, so it would be wise to change them. If you do, you need to buy speakers that have a rating of no less than 90watts, any thing less and they will sound distorted.
Any car audio shop will be able to help you select the right size and rating to suit your car. They may even fit it all for a charge.
Hope this helps
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Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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