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No place for amp to go in headunit

My headunit doesnt have a place for my amp to connect it too what do i do

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Use an amplifier that has a high level input feature so that you can connect directly from the speaker out of yor head unit.the high level input of an amplifier is designed for head units that has no line out terminal. be sure to match the high level input adjustment of your amplifier to that of the signal from the speaker out of your head unit. [email protected]

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Use an amplifier that has a high level input so that you can connect directly from the speaker out of your head unit of you [email protected]

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