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    SPDIF Relay... Needed? 04 GMC Yukon Factory Bose, No Onstar

    I used to have an audio setup before in my yukon. But I sold it

    So i took everything out and plugged my Factory Bose CD player back in.

    Well now I'm back in to car audio again.

    I've got a Pioneer AVH-4000, 15" Kicker CVR, and a Crossfire 500.1 amp going in tomorrow..

    When i had my old set up. I had a friend install it and he had installed an SPDIF that came with my wiring harness and GMOSlan device for the door chimes. When unhooking everything when I sold it all that came out too..

    Know I have hooked up the AVH-4000 head unit without the SPDIF relay and everything works fine.

    My question is.. Can I just wire my new aftermarket amp up the head units remote wire and be fine or is that SPDIF relay needed for something?

    Someone told me I dont need the SPDIF relay its only for extra protection but with 500 watts it's not going to blow anything..

    Is this true?

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    Re: SPDIF Relay... Needed? 04 GMC Yukon Factory Bose, No Onstar

    remote wire to rem on amplifier and sub or rear RCA output on headunit to the input on the amplifier done!

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