In Home Audio subs can be hooked up with speaker-level connections; can this be done in the same manner with a car audio setup? And if so, would you have to run wires from the door speakers to the sub location, and then another set of wires back to the doors to the speakers? Post edited by Serendipity on March June edited June You would be best to tie into the rear channel, this can be done the stock head unit.
Adding subwoofer to stock car radio?
Good luck it will make a huge improvment. PM me if you need more help. How old is the car? Are you certain it doesn't have a sub or preout on the back?? July edited July I had the same question about installing a sub to factory radio, my wife has an 05 Altima with a factory Bose 6 speaker system that I really don't won't tear into, and it sounds pretty good, I would just like to alitte low end maybe a 8'' or maybe a 10'', not looking for a ground pounder , There is what looks to be a small amp mounted under the back deck lid, could I just tie in to the wiring harness there?
Anybody have any idea which wires I would need to tie in to? Samsung 50'' 4k display Polk Signa-1 Surround bar.
August edited August Most amps have high level inputs but most of the time I prefer to use a line out converter. Your rear speakers are on the rear deck, so its easy to tag on to your speaker wires there. These converters are around 25 bucks from your local car audio shop. Music is like candy, you have to get rid of the rappers to enjoy it. Oh well, you can just pull the radio and tag the speakers there, you'll have to get an ignition source for the remote wire and its all behind the radio. That's what is was. IMO, the Bose system isn't that great.
That's why we went with the standard system. Bose never is -Cody. October edited October November edited November December edited December A lot of newer cars have a lot of EQ'ing in the factory head unit.
Since they want to put together the cheapest stereo they can and charge a boat load of money for it, they use crappy speakers and EQ them to sound better. However, do not connect the wire to the amplifier or battery yet.
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Remove the stock car radio from the dashboard of your car. Make sure that you carefully remove the screws that hold the stereo in place ensuring that no wires are cut. Once you remove the stock stereo, you will see a blue and white wire, which is basically your remote wire. This wire is located at the back of the stereo deck.
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Get the remote wire in your wiring kit. Once you splice it, solder this wire to the remote wire of your stock stereo. After this is done, run the remote wire through the dashboard and the door jam.
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While the stereo is out, plug in the RCA red and white plugs into the Subwoofer Output, which can be found at backside of the deck. Once this is done, you can now run the wires back into the amplifier.
With the speaker wires, connect the subwoofer system wiring to the amplifier. Route the speaker wires to where the subwoofer is located.
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If the amplifier is located away from the subwoofer, make sure that you run the wires under the carpeting of the car to keep it out of sight.