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Trying to get pre-out from HU

Discussion in 'In-Car Entertainment' started by S3 AJU, Jun 23, 2007.

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    [Jun 23, 2007]
    I'm trying to get a line out from the Hu to RCA but this is a headache. I would have taken the back panel as per Andy Macs manual, but I just didn't want to pull out the back covers. Anyway got the sat nav bose RNS-D HU out and saw that a block for front left and right + - is not connected can I take a feed from here?
    Or from the other block connector where it states line out, but it's a bit complicated 1 wire for right front 2 wires for left front and 1 wire left back and 2 wires for right back. Now how on hell can I convert that to a single speaker without + and - connections....Am I missing something here ?
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    [Jun 23, 2007]
    All the speakers are amped on the Bose setup so the only wired connections are pre-outs, which feed the 4ch Bose amp which then feeds the cabin speakers.
    There's only a single wire for each pre-out and then a common screen for all of them.
    Pick it up from the sub connector, you can get to it through the cubbyhole, no need to remove any trim.
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    [Jun 23, 2007]
    Thanks Andy,

    The man with the master plan......
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    [Jun 25, 2007]
    Hi All,

    With the help of AndyMac I was able to complete this issue.
    You can get a feed from the rear sub output for bose system as per AndyMac's instructions. I connected a flying RCA lead to the connectors and all good.
    I earthed the under the seat belt buckle and sanded it down the metal coating.
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