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When i plug my rca cables into my stereo the amp wont work

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What i did was went to wall mart and got a output converter by scosche, its a little blue box, neway you have to split the back speaker wires then connect it to the converter, the front speakers connect to eachother just like you would normally install a deck, then plug in your amp rc cables to the front rc port, sounds kind of complicated but its the only way i seen that it would work

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The RCA connections on the back of the Ilo CA3000V are exclusively for XM radio input, and do not send a 'low level' signal required for your amplifier to operate. You will need to have a 'high level' input on your amplifier to get a signal from the Ilo, this will be driven off the speaker wires themselves.

Posted on Apr 29, 2007

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