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Just wondering how hard it would be to simply bypass the underseat sub and hook up a bigger aftermarket one for under the rear seats?
 

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Just wondering how hard it would be to simply bypass the underseat sub and hook up a bigger aftermarket one for under the rear seats?
Hey fellow Ohio Buckeye! Are you running a factory head unit? I have a Pioneer AVH DD and I have 2 12' Kicker ProComp's in a sealed box under the rear seats and Focal K2 Power components front and rear. I'm running an Old Skool MTX Thunder series 4 & 2 channel amps with a 1 Farad Capacitor. So it easy to bypass your OEM? with my setup yes it was. But if using factory OEM... not sure?
 

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If you have the OEM RF head unit, you catch the low level signal between the Head unit and amp. I have built harness' for a few people on here to do it. Just cover the price of the parts. You don't want to use a line out converter as it will not sound right. The Factory head units sound as good as an aftermarket when hooked up correctly so no reason to replace unless you just want more features
 

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If you have the OEM RF head unit, you catch the low level signal between the Head unit and amp. I have built harness' for a few people on here to do it. Just cover the price of the parts. You don't want to use a line out converter as it will not sound right. The Factory head units sound as good as an aftermarket when hooked up correctly so no reason to replace unless you just want more features
I believe I'll be looking into this harness from you in the near future as I'm thinking about replacing the factory RF subwoofer.

If I'm understanding correctly, you've made a simple plug and play into the back of the RF headunit that has RCA/low-level outputs that can feed signal into an aftermarket amp?

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I believe I'll be looking into this harness from you in the near future as I'm thinking about replacing the factory RF subwoofer.



If I'm understanding correctly, you've made a simple plug and play into the back of the RF headunit that has RCA/low-level outputs that can feed signal into an aftermarket amp?



Thanks

Exactly
 
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