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Old 06-17-2002, 02:20 PM
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Default No amp, no crossover, no idea... [?]


I own a 2002 Civic Coupe with a stock CD stereo. I recently purchased an EL10A-HP and wanted to get some help before I tried installing.

I know that all of my output connections for my stereo are taken. And I guess my question lies with a statement I saw in the "4 speaker problem..." topic. Should I just take the high level inputs going to the back speakers and split that to both the bazooka and the back speakers?

I know that this is probably a piece of cake... I'm just new to this whole thing.

Thanks!

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