Question about Car Audio & Video
I have recently learnt that my pioneer head unit has only 1 remote wire for aerial/subs. Therefore when the car is on the aerial will always stay up even when i am listening t a cd.. is htere anyway to solve this.. and what will happen when i need to put the subs back in the car how will this work?
Hello simple ..just put a on/off switch inline with you aerial power lead ..amps will stay on ..if you dont want the aerial up .just flickm the switch off..down it goes
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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