Ok, did some searching and i found a post but it turned into a flaming post.
anyways, my question is, i have a 1992 325i (E36). I dont want to remove the stock HU but i am concerned with the high level inputs going into the amplifier. I am having a professional do this install. Will they use a converter or will they use the high level inputs?
If so, how bad is it to use the high level inputs? Is there a noticable difference between them and the RCA's????
Converters are dirt cheap, why not DIY? Hell, I've amassed a small collection. I'll send you one for the cost of shipping. If you insist on having it done at a shop, don't risk it and tell them you want a converter put in.
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Originally posted by El Presidente@Jun 17 2004, 01:42 PM Converters are dirt cheap, why not DIY? Hell, I've amassed a small collection. I'll send you one for the cost of shipping. If you insist on having it done at a shop, don't risk it and tell them you want a converter put in.
how much do the converters cost? The only reason im having a shop do it is because i dont feel like touching this car. I have a 95 Probe GT that i have done everything to, kinda want that "if they fugg it up" "they pay for it" feeling.
Thanks El Presidente
Oh, 007ben i treid to say i wanted to KEEP the STOCK UNIT and use an aftermarket sub and amp.
Yes, a line level converter is better than hi-level inputs on the amp.
It is still a very dirty signal, and as 007stated earlier, it is easier and a much better idea to add an aftermarket head unit and then add speakers and a sub than leaving the stock rocker in an replace the other speakers...
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