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Legacy Amplifer and Jensen 12inch Subwoofer Enclosure (goes in the trunk) I was wondering if these were capatiable with this Cd Player??

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  • charlescomer Sep 01, 2008

    Okay.. do you know how to wire an Amp??



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Yes. Just run your RCA leads to the amp (after properly wiring it). You can use either the front of rear pre-out connections. If your amp has a built in crossover, Use the low-pass filter setting at around 60Hz.
A copy of the owner's manual can be found here if you need it:

Hope this helps!

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