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Old 05-16-2013, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by bolo1g2 View Post
Any pics or tips about the LC2i install? I'm looking to do the exact same set up in a 2013. Where did you get the full range signal at?
Yea man, I got the signal from only one speaker, the rear passenger door. I tapped into it right behind the B pillar trim piece. If you are going to use the remote turn on (GTO) feature, make sure the inputs from your speaker + and - go the Left channel on the LC2i. The power, ground, and remote out to my amp come off the LC2i and are plugged in to each on the amp itself. It says to get power and ground from battery, but this is way easier and wont affect the amp at all as it hardly has any power draw. The whole install on the converter took less than half an hour, and I don't have too terribly much experience splicing into stock wiring lol. All audio adjustments still function as normal on the HU as well. Works great and sounds great! I will try to get a few extra pics if I can.
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