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Old 07-09-2011, 09:35 PM
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Default Re: FAST-9999 Installaton Instructions

Thanks again Heavyduty!
I actually have the new box design, but the old harness... Just bad luck I guess.

The other option would be to use the high level (speaker) head unit outputs - they're the recommended wiring option for the amplified Bazooka sub tubes, right?

But:

1. Can I use the head unit speaker outputs even if they are also driving speakers? Won't there be some potential impedence issues if the speaker outputs are driving the Bazooka sub and speakers at the same time?

2. Should I use the front or rear head unit speaker outputs?

3. Wouldn't the head unit subwoofer RCA outputs be a more logical choice to use? All the other subs I've installed have used amps driven by RCA outputs...

Thanx,
Justin
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