Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2000 23:03:34 GMT
From: Porsche_S2 <mavallarinonopsameja.com>
Subject: Re: Subwoofer


mhang, Do you have any experience with this burning problem? Does anyone know if there are pre-outs on the changer(s)? MV In article <38E258AB.5B21C61Fnopsamassnet.com>, mhangnopsamassnet.com wrote: > > --------------B9B2183EEA358CA798CFFF96 > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > I recently wanted to install an amp and two 12" Blaupunkt Subs in my car, > and unfortunately I found out that it might be a little difficult. I > removed the head unit and found that there are no pre outs or RCA outputs > (the L and R outs) . I have a '95 900SE, which means that there is an > extra 80 watt amp that powers the speakers in the front doors, since your's > is an SE too then it should have that amp too. That amp is connected to > the head unit on the upper right-hand side of the stereo by what I think > was an 8-pin connector. I have no idea if you can get an adapter or make > one to plug in other amps. I don't know if you're going to have it > professionally installed, but if you or the installers want to look at the > stock premium stereo amp to see if there are any in/outs there, it's > located, I think, behind the glovebox. > > As for CD-players. I bought an aftermarket Clarion CD-Changer. You, > unfortunately can't use any Clarion cd-player, you have to get either the > RDC-634 or the CDC-635 model. This is because those cd players are the > only ones that the prewired Saab connector cable will fit. The RDC is > cheaper than the CDC because it has a digital output, but otherwise there > is no real difference in sound quality. The only thing about these > cd-players, as well as with the stock Saab cd-players, is that you can't > play burned cd's on them. The prewired cable is located behind the carpet > on the left side. The cable should be either almost next to and under the > power antenna or near the floor. The cable is covered with a black rubber > tip and is bundled with some other cables. If you're going to install the > cd player yourself--> To remove the carpet, you have to take apart the > speaker assembly, and then pull out the carpet until you can see and reach > down into that area. > > Anyways, I hope this helps! > > Chris N. > > '95 900SE > > --------------B9B2183EEA358CA798CFFF96 > Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > <!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en"> > <html> > I recently wanted to install an amp and two 12" Blaupunkt Subs in my car, > and unfortunately I found out that it might be a little difficult.  > I removed the head unit and found that there are no pre outs or RCA outputs > (the L and R outs) .  I have a '95 900SE, which means that there is > an extra 80 watt amp that powers the speakers in the front doors, since > your's is an SE too then it should have that amp too.  That amp is > connected to the head unit on the upper right-hand side of the stereo by > what I think was an 8-pin connector.  I have no idea if you can get > an adapter or make one to plug in other amps.  I don't know if you're > going to have it professionally installed, but if you or the installers > want to look at the stock premium stereo amp to see if there are any in/outs > there, it's located, I think, behind the glovebox. > <p>As for CD-players.  I bought an aftermarket Clarion CD- Changer.  > You, unfortunately can't use any Clarion cd-player, you have to get either > the RDC-634 or the CDC-635 model.  This is because those cd players > are the only ones that the prewired Saab connector cable will fit.  > The RDC is cheaper than the CDC because it has a digital output, but otherwise > there is no real difference in sound quality.  The only thing about > these cd-players, as well as with the stock Saab cd-players, is that you > can't play burned cd's on them.  The prewired cable is located behind > the carpet on the left side.  The cable should be either almost next > to and under the power antenna or near the floor.  The cable is covered > with a black rubber tip and is bundled with some other cables.  If > you're going to install the cd player yourself--> To remove the carpet, > you have to take apart the speaker assembly, and then pull out the carpet > until you can see and reach down into that area. > <p>Anyways, I hope this helps!  > <p>Chris N. > <p><i>'95 900SE</i></html> > > --------------B9B2183EEA358CA798CFFF96-- > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.

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