How to wire a 6 x 9 speaker to an amp power on the amp and stereo and play a track through the cd-player or head unit and have a listen to your new high-powered speaker setup adjust the output volume knobs on the amplifier for each channel to balance the sound according to your tastes. If you were to connect your amplifier's remote terminal to the power antenna wire then you would only get output from the amplifier with the radio when you switch to cd the amplifier would not work because the head unit turns off the power antenna wire when the radio is section is not active. The bule wire is the amp turn on line, you can connect it from your fuse box to your amp to turn it on and off with the car if you amp doesn't have a auto turn on feature, the other wires are optional audio ground which can be grounded in som cases to improve sound (you won't need to do that. Is there a way to hook up an amp to the stock stereo thought that maybe someone had figured out how to do this or maybe someone sold a cable that would make this possible or do i just need to replace the stereo.
A home stereo typically will come with a built-in amplifier for powering the system and driving the speakers the main reason for connecting an amplifier to the stereo would be to supply additional power for driving larger or additional speakers for a stronger sound. If you have a factory deck and install an amp, there's really no wire to connect the amp to on the factory deck what you could do instead is locate your fuse box and find a fuse that turns on when you turn the key in your car. If you do not have a remote wire, you can set up a switch simply find a 12v positive connection (such as the one already located on your amp) and connect the wire to the switch and the switch to the remote connector on the amplifier. In some cases, internal amp wiring includes preamp pass-through functionality, which allows you to connect multiple amps together in that case, you can connect the pass-through outputs on your first amp to the preamp inputs on your second amplifier , and so on.
To cheap to buy aftermarket stereo and i like the one in the impala already don't need to be heard down the street just want some more bass want to know how to hook up subs and amp to stock like what connecters and stuff or if you can find a page online that has a guide on how to do it. You can do it, i advise against it though, as far as putting any power to your mid's and highs if you want to just hook up a subwoofer, i know jl audio make a clean sweep unit ment for vehicles where replacing the stock head unit isn't an option. For front/rear speaker amps you'll need to tap a full range signal, and for subwoofer amps you can do the same or tap a low frequency signal meant for a factory sub system if so equipped. Shaan, once you install an amp with bluetooth, you'll have your option to pair with the stereo or with the amp you'll lose the steering wheel controls and some other aspects if you pair with the amp because you'll have to control music directly from the phone. Stereo receivers, pre-amps, and integrated amplifiers rarely have subwoofer output jacks or offer bass-management options so instead of using those connections, we'll use the subwoofer's speaker.
Hook-up a 2/4 channel amp to existing oem radio without cutting into exsisting wiring plugs directly into 24-pin plug on newer f150 radios and provides 4 rca outputs, with signal level output adjustments. How to install an amp to a factory radio jpsaudio08 wiring a 2 or 4 channel amp to your stock speaker harness without cutting the factory how to connect a pac audio high to low. At the time of this video, many of the stock units have bluetooth, internet search capability, navigation (gps), steering wheel controls, ipod and auxiliary inputs, hd radio, satellite radio and the list just goes on and on . If you do not use a distribution block then you will want to stack your ground wires so that the largest current carrying wire (usually from your largest amplifier) is on the bottom (closest to the ground point) and that your smallest current carrying wire is on the top (closest to the head of your grounding screw.
You can't do it without amplifier subwoofers require high power for functioning you can't just plug them into your car stereo\player for playing subwoofer you would require minimum a 2-channel amp 4-channel would sound best. No as the stock wiring will not handle the power draw of a real amp, at minimum you will need to run power lines and a remote on and use an loc to convert the high level signal to rca low level to the amp unless it has a built in high level inputs. If you want to hype up the audio in your automobile, installing a subwoofer system is the best way to do it there are different types of systems you can use to bring your car audio to the next level and holing up your car with one is easy enough if you have the proper tools and know-how.
Tmorse,i'm guessing you have an amp already if so you'll only need a wire harness by pac audio to connect rca cables to the factory radioi'm in the process of doing this upgrade myself hectorio , apr 5, 2011. Regardless of whether you choose to go with a self powered line level subwoofer or with a custom enclosure powered by an external amplifier (w/line level inputs) you can still use your stock (oem) radio. Yes you can hook up the amp and subs with the stock system, all you need is an rca wire adaptor for your cd player i have 3 12s hooked up too my factory system the radio isn't going to be the power source for your amp, it only sends the music signal to the amp, the wiring kit you use will bring you the power. How do you wire up an aftermarket radio when your car has a stock amp the harness i bought that fits my car has 2 long colored wire, one is orange (illumination) and one is red (ignition.