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    which adapter do i need ?

    hi all, i have just fitted a alpine cda 9855r to my 2002 a4 and have no sound to the rear speakers, i have read i can either directly wire them to the hu or get an adapter.
    can anyone tell me which part number for the adapter i need or post a link ?
    is it autoleads part number PC9-409 ?
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    409 or 404 will do the job, but even with the correct adapter the rears will be very quiet compared to the fronts, you'll have to fade quite a way to the rear to get a balanced sound.
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    thanks andy, there are many many sound functions on the old 9855r so im hoping i can get it level.
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    But you are compromising the sound of a decent HU by using the ****ty little fisher price amp for the rears!
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