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Old 13 Mar 2006, 11:29 am
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Default Factory RAdio Question

I have an 01 Civic. Does anyone know if there's preamp outputs? I would like
to add an amp.


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Old 14 Mar 2006, 01:57 pm
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Default Re: Factory RAdio Question

No pre amp out only thing to do is get a line out converter which takes hi
level and changes it to low level rca
"t" <vidyang@verizon.net> wrote in message
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> I have an 01 Civic. Does anyone know if there's preamp outputs? I would

like
> to add an amp.
>
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Old 16 Mar 2006, 10:18 am
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Default Re: Factory RAdio Question

CK,
Are there any advantages to using a line out converter instead of using
speaker level inputs on the amp?

"ck" <ccopit@tampabay.rr.com> wrote in message
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> No pre amp out only thing to do is get a line out converter which takes hi
> level and changes it to low level rca
> "t" <vidyang@verizon.net> wrote in message
> news:n_hRf.39306$CI6.27870@trnddc07...
>> I have an 01 Civic. Does anyone know if there's preamp outputs? I would

> like
>> to add an amp.
>>
>>

>
>



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Old 16 Mar 2006, 10:56 am
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t wrote:
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> CK,
> Are there any advantages to using a line out converter instead of using
> speaker level inputs on the amp?
>

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Since the Honda stereo has no line outputs, you tie the (usually rear)
speaker wires to a 'line out converter' which creates a 'line level'
output. You run an RCA cable from that to your 'line input' of the AMP.
Some amps have 'speaker level' inputs as well. Then you dont' need a
'line level converter'.

They should have just named them 'one volt' and LOUD signals. :-)

'Curly'
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Old 18 Mar 2006, 09:24 pm
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Default Re: Factory RAdio Question

But does one sound better than the other?


"'Curly Q. Links'" <motsco__@interbaun.com> wrote in message
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>t wrote:
>>
>> CK,
>> Are there any advantages to using a line out converter instead of using
>> speaker level inputs on the amp?
>>

> ---------------------------
>
> Since the Honda stereo has no line outputs, you tie the (usually rear)
> speaker wires to a 'line out converter' which creates a 'line level'
> output. You run an RCA cable from that to your 'line input' of the AMP.
> Some amps have 'speaker level' inputs as well. Then you dont' need a
> 'line level converter'.
>
> They should have just named them 'one volt' and LOUD signals. :-)
>
> 'Curly'



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