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    Pioneer 80prs RCA switch?

    Does anyone know what it does? Does it turn off the rca's and use the built in amp in the hu? Or does the "hi" stand for high voltage and "low" for low voltage? Thanks



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    Re: Pioneer 80prs RCA switch?

    High is for when ur using thE internal amp..low is for external amps...




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    Re: Pioneer 80prs RCA switch?

    Quote Originally Posted by myjaja View Post
    Does anyone know what it does? Does it turn off the rca's and use the built in amp in the hu? Or does the "hi" stand for high voltage and "low" for low voltage? Thanks
    high and low voltage.



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    Re: Pioneer 80prs RCA switch?

    Okay, the "L" was for an external amp and the "H" was for the internal hu amp. Thanks for the help guys and the btw, those cdt components you sold me sound amazing in my car.



    Refs: sbcaprice305, mattmcss, systembumping, LeofromtheH, audiobahnuser18, stishdr, wcarson8911, jnoel, mr_kebo, 93 saturn sl2



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    Amp: off the stereo
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    neon lights: Christmas lights duct taped to frame

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    Re: Pioneer 80prs RCA switch?

    Quote Originally Posted by myjaja View Post
    Okay, the "L" was for an external amp and the "H" was for the internal hu amp. Thanks for the help guys and the btw, those cdt components you sold me sound amazing in my car.
    awesome, im glad ur enjoying them. they really are amazing mids. post some pics/vids so we can see how u got it set up.



    2003 JEEP Grand Cherokee
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    Front Stage- Tantric HD comps.
    FS Amp- B2 Quattro
    Sub Amp-B2 Zero1
    Subs- Tantric HDD 12's
    box - 4.5^3 32hz

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