well if its a factory CD player you can connect the rear speaker wires to the input on the amp you will have to take two ends off a rca cable and soldier the speaker wire to it the center being positive the p-con or remote wire on the amp can be connected to a wire that has 12volts when the key is turned on and well ground amp to chassis and get the power from the battery (this sounds kinda confusing but it worked in my car before I bought a aftermarket stereo)if a aftermarket CD player you can use rca cables from the rear or front output on the stereo to the input on the amp the remote for the amp can connect to the blue wire with white stripe on stereo
you can get you an rca jack and run it i doubt that cd player has rca inputs besides that it should be a breeze
yes, got to get a adjustable line out converter and tap into your speakers
Ok so u do have a cd player yes ur cd player needs to hook up an amplifier to play ur sub woofers the cd it self doesn't have enough power to play the subs
You can only hook it up to that type of player if they have a USB output on them
Yes, it goes in series in the audio path. The output of the CD player connects to the input of the Equalizer and the output connects to the input of the Receiver or Power amp.
Follow the instructions in the manual that came with the CD player. If you have no manual then you will need to find the instructions for the particular model you have.
yes you can you will have to use an line out converter or l.o.c. it converts high level signal into low level signal so you can have rca inputs for the amp
Yes you can, The battery is in the back of the trunk, you hook your amp up to the battery and then the amp to the sub, you need to buy a converter for the back speaker, you can buy one from any car audio shop, you then splice the wires in the back and hook up your converter, then hook the converter to the amp, But get it professionally installed because my buddy tried to do it with his magnum and it started to blow fuses, It shocked him today, he is going to get it professionally done today
Buy a new radio and install it
adjustments and audio settings
by a CD player at walmart and correct dash kits and hookups for easy hook up .... done ..... i did it the celeb lives on !!
You don't. You install directly to the CD player unless they're more than 300 watts. If they're over 300 watts you need a power with in line fuse to vocal amp, direct ground, RCA's from CD to amp, a remote wire from CD to amp, speaker wire from amp to speakers. make sure to disconnect battery and check fuses prior to installation.
go to media player rip CD then hook up zune to computer and put songs in sync list ;)
just hook it up to a wire with power when the key is turned on the same wire that turns on your stereo just change the fuse to your stereo from a 10 amp to a 15 amp
It is most likely for a remote control accesssory that allows you to perform normal CD playback functions with a controller wired to the player. For example, you can sit in your chair and adjust the volume or skip songs without getting up and going to the player. The remote wire goes to the amp. its the turn on switch from your deck to your amp. if your not running an amp, then put electrical tape around the wire , so it doesn't touch any metal and ground out.
yes...you need to find the CD wiring harness adapter for that year model and it will hook right up
I need some help I gotta 2009 lancer and I wana pound hard need to know how too hook up subs and an amp up to my factory cd player its a indash six disk changer please let me know thanks
hook up the wires to the factory harness and listen you little heart out
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the red one
get a VCR player and hook up it by the back inputs
Buy an amp with RMS watts matching the RMS watts of the sub woofer. Hook the amp up to the battery and the head unit (Get an amp wire kit to hook it up). Then hook the sub (which should be in an enclosure) to the amp.
You don't hook it into the stock CD player, you re-run the speakers wires from the radio to one central location, hook up the amp, rerun the speaker wires from the amp to the speakers. BUT, most stock speakers are cheaply made with cardboard, so I would recommend upgrading your speakers as well or chances are you will separate the cone if it's amped past stock. You have to get a "aloc"adjustable line out converter to run rca cables to your amp then run the speaker wires to your sub the aloc taps into your existing speaker wire and reduces the db.rca's are a low db input you need .5 to 5 db to hit rca input at the amp which is what the aloc does.
IF ITS AFTERMARKET:.... REMOVE THE OLD CD-PLAYER/RADIO....GO TO CIRCUIT CITY OR ANY AUDIO STORE AND ASK FOR A HARNESS TO FIT YOUR CD/RADIO PLAYER TO YOUR SPECIFIC VEHICLE.... THEN PLUG AND PLAY THAT SIMPLE...