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Old 20th September 2009, 08:39 AM   #1
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Default Wiring Up Sub Woffers and Amp.

I have a Holden 2002 VX Berlina. I purchased a factory set of sub-woofers and amplifier which came out of a Vx Calais.

This set-up was obviously commected via the CD head unit in the boot.

The Berlina does not have this type of unit.

The amplifier has 6 inputs. Four are obviously for the left and right channels and the remaining two the positive and negative 12v power. There does not appear to be any adjustments for the sensitivity of the amplifier booster inputs.

I have removed my radio/cassette/cd player and there is no rear connectors for a sub-woofer system.

I was thinking of just splicing the amplifier inputs into the rear speaker outputs. The audio system has a builtin fader between front and rear channels.

Has anyone had any experience in wiring up a similiar system?
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