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    Line Output converter

    Trying to Run stock head unit on a Honda Accord, I dont know if to go with a Line output converter, or just to run the wires straight to an amp.

    Trying to set up a 4 channel amp with the stock head unit, without getting the scratch bass distortion when the volume is high.

    Is adding a eq an option also to eliminate the distortion?







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    Re: Line Output converter

    A lot of amps have LOC's built in, called high level inputs. If you're getting bass distortion you need to upgrade your speakers and address the way the speakers are installed. An EQ won't fix that.



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    1999 Buick Park Ave Ultra
    Head Unit: JVC KWHDR720
    EQ: Audiocontrol EQL
    Front Stage: Hybrid Audio Technologies Imagine 5.25 mids, Morel Maximo tweets
    Sub Stage: Boston G3 10", 0.5 cu ft sealed
    Amp: PPI Phantom 900.4
    Rear Fill: Boston SE953 6X9's

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