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Hello guys.

 

I’m looking for a 4 channel amp that will take Differential balanced input.

 

What do you guys recommend?

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Hello guys.

 

I’m looking for a 4 channel amp that will take Differential balanced input.

 

What do you guys recommend?

 

I’m not sure if I have one or not..What deck or processor are you using ?


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I’m not sure if I have one or not..What deck or processor are you using ?

 

It’s a Honda premium system and I’m bypassing factory amp. The headunit outputs differential balanced signal so my options are limited with amps.

 

I found one which is the JL audio RD and XD series.

But JL is kind of $$$ when it comes to value so I’m looking at other options.

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It’s a Honda premium system and I’m bypassing factory amp. The headunit outputs differential balanced signal so my options are limited with amps.

 

I found one which is the JL audio RD and XD series.

But JL is kind of $$$ when it comes to value so I’m looking at other options.

I know I have asubwoofer amplifier that is ..but I’ll have to look over some of my highs amps this evening ..


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What year and vehicle do you have? I have a newer one (Honda Ridgeline) with the upgraded sound system, but I completely bypassed the stock amplifier with my Alpine PDX V9 & Lc6i.

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What year and vehicle do you have? I have a newer one (Honda Ridgeline) with the upgraded sound system, but I completely bypassed the stock amplifier with my Alpine PDX V9.

 

I have a 2016 Accord Touring. How did you bypass the amp? Did you use a harness or tapped RCA onto the speaker outputs?

 

I looking for a 4 channel because I already have a monoblock amp for my sub

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I have a 2016 Accord Touring. How did you bypass the amp? Did you use a harness or tapped RCA onto the speaker outputs?

 

I looking for a 4 channel because I already have a monoblock amp for my sub

 

The Lc6i is a line output converter (LOC), so I used the output from the stock harness to go directly into the LOC.


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What is your budget?


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Can anyone recommend a balanced to unbalanced converter?

 

Instead of a looking for an amp that accepts balanced signal, I’d rather just get a converter.

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Can anyone recommend a balanced to unbalanced converter?

 

Instead of a looking for an amp that accepts balanced signal, I’d rather just get a converter.

 

It won’t make any difference.


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It won’t make any difference.

 

I was planning on getting the Wolfram 4 channel that’s on sale right now if I’m able to find a converter.

 

I guess I’m stuck with the JL RD400 since the JL HD Series is too much

 

any other recommendations?

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I was planning on getting the Wolfram 4 channel that’s on sale right now if I’m able to find a converter.

 

I guess I’m stuck with the JL RD400 since the JL HD Series is too much

 

any other recommendations?

 

Just use normal RCAs. There are plenty of quality LOCs. Zapco has one


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Just use normal RCAs. There are plenty of quality LOCs. Zapco has one

 

Ill just gamble on the amp and return if it doesnt work.

 

My 2 choices right now are Wolfram W-125 and Sundown SAX-100.4 V.2

 

Leaning towards Wolfram because of the price. Should I pull the trigger?

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Ill just gamble on the amp and return if it doesnt work.

 

My 2 choices right now are Wolfram W-125 and Sundown SAX-100.4 V.2

 

Leaning towards Wolfram because of the price. Should I pull the trigger?

 

Sure. That’s plenty of power. A bit big but if you have the space go for it.


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Just use normal RCAs. There are plenty of quality LOCs. Zapco has one

 

idk reading the description from that zapco LOC makes the whole **** product sound iffy. "there is nothing wrong with the stock signal" in there description is a major red flag.


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Sure. That’s plenty of power. A bit big but if you have the space go for it.

 

Also planning on getting a Sundown Audio SA-65CS to pair it with the Wolfram amp.

 

Question about power wiring. Is 4 gauge enough for a Soundqubed 1200 and a Wolfram?

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idk reading the description from that zapco LOC makes the whole **** product sound iffy. "there is nothing wrong with the stock signal" in there description is a major red flag.

 

There isn’t. It’s only transferring information. With no way to add noise. The signal that is.


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