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post #1 of 5 Old 09-17-2011, 08:07 PM Thread Starter
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HELP with Line Out Converter install

Could someone please walk me through the steps to installing a line out converter for an amp on a stock 2011 head unit thanks
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Where did you pick up the converter? Best Buy ?

Is it a dual component or single ?

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Where did you pick up the converter? Best Buy ?

Is it a dual component or single ?
I haver gotten one yet. I herd you can get them at radio shack or best buy...so do I need a single or a dual?
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Single if you are going to just run one component. Dual, if you decide later to run 2.

Personally, I would just pay BB to put it in and watch them. Then you will know for the amp install.

Plus, if you ever sell your car, you can take it back to them to uninstall everything for no charge.

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It's pretty simple, you just tap your rear speakers, run the RCAs. If you're going to make it ghetto and have no experience in this kind of stuff let them do it. Otherwise, it's an easy enough home project.

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