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Aftermarket Stereo Installs

New 02/11/2005

I was reading somewhat how the SHO system is unchangeable. After researching local car stereo shops, one good way to add an aftermarket head unit is to put it in the glove compartment. The faceplate would be exposed rendering the glove compartment useless. That has been done numerous times and works, its just a pain to do. It is possible to had your own sub box with amp(s). Crutchfield sells a speaker level to RCA converter, so if you split your speaker wire to the converter and to one of the speakers in the back deck, you still retain all of your speakers working and still be able to send signal to the subs. You don't have as much control over the subs as you would with any aftermarket head unit but it's still better then nothing. Don't know if this helps at all, but I just figured I'd speak my piece about what I have learned.



Larry, if you want to add this, this is what they need to convert speaker level input to RCA's.

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