No; if you want an external input, you could solder wire contacts to the CD players audio out (as my friend did with his Mazda RX-8). However; it would be far easier to just buy an after-market console.
A 2002 Chevy Impala does not come with an RCA jack. A jack can be added to the radio via an adapter.
mine doesn't. which i hate..=/
NO, they have a harness for it on eBay though for 50 to 75 dollars
Factory radios do not have RCA jacks on them. Only after market radios have them for hooking up external amps.
No they do not, you need to get an aftermarket adapter, the cheapest route would be speaker level to rca output convterter for about 30 bucks.
How about a audio cable with two MALE RCA jacks on each end. If both units are not stereo, use a "Y" cord to convert stereo to mono.
There are some cheaper car amps that have inputs direct from speaker leads, as well as RCAs. An RCA-only amp cant be used because the output from your radio will be too high.
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no. you will have to buy an inline rca adaptor.
I have never seen a factory radio with RCA...
Your computer is your PC, you could use RCA jacks to connect your computer sound to yout tv though.
no if you wanna hook rcas up to it you'll have to hook up a line output converter
This particular model has one RCA jack, situated on the rear of the model.
RCA stands for the Radio Corp. of America. The jack was their invention and has been around for a long time. A din plug was invented in Germany and it stands for Deutches Institut fur Normung. The plug is widely used now but does not hold a patent.
they enable you to connect the output of the radio to various other assemblies needed. for example you can put the other end into and amplifier or crossover or eq, etc.
HDTV is digital, RCA jacks are composite. They're not compatible video formats. You'd need a digital to analog converter.
Your radio DOES NOT have RCA outputs.
There are some cheaper car amps which have inputs directly from the speaker leads of the radio, as well as RCAs. An RCA- only amp won't do, because the input level would be too high. I suggest you get a CD/ tuner with RCAs. they're cheap.