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    how do you hook up an amp to factory deck? (2009 honda civic)

    hey guys im going to be hooking up a system in my wifes car. its a 2009 honda civic. is there a wire adaptor or kit so i can hook an amp up to stock head unit? it this a hard process or simple. any insight will help thx



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    Re: how do you hook up an amp to factory deck? (2009 honda civic)

    easy. look for an loc line out converter



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    Re: how do you hook up an amp to factory deck? (2009 honda civic)

    You can use speaker level inputs or try something like the JL Cleansweep



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    Re: how do you hook up an amp to factory deck? (2009 honda civic)




    2003 Chevy Silverado Ext Cab
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    Re: how do you hook up an amp to factory deck? (2009 honda civic)

    ok thx



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    H/U- Stock
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    Amp- DD M2b
    Subs- 2x10" FI SSD's fully loaded and high QTS option
    Box- Sealed 1.2^3 downfire
    Wiring- 4 gauge knu flex
    References Jacobman, Kmanian, marksrobert77, Beatnoutdaframe, tukn18s, Davidt487, Snakeye, Firebird 1991

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    Re: how do you hook up an amp to factory deck? (2009 honda civic)

    You can give Pac Audio a call and see if they have or are developing OEM integration devices for the new Hondas. I just did a full install in a 2003 Accord and I was going to buy an OEM-integrated device from them that gives me two sets of preamp outputs but I convinced my buddy to get that new JVC fullscreen touchscreen, which works great btw.

    This is what I'm talking about...full 20-20kHz linear and even gives you a remote turn-on lead for the amp...but it isn't for the 2009 Civics yet.

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