IM INSTALLING SUB WOOFERS
1999 GMC Suburban • 275,000 miles
Im installing subwoofers on my suburban, and they are about 650 watt each, and there are 2 of them. I just need to to know the best way to hook ten up to the stock radio/cd player and include a decent amp.
We only recommend direct fit parts. This could damage the OEM stereo.
I'm sorry in my original question i put "hook ten up to the stock radio" I meant to type "hook them up to the stock radio" does that help anything?
No, because the factor stereo is designed to work to a max Ohms. Adding these speakers may damage it. You should have that determined by a stereo shop.
Is there any way to ooh up an aftermarket amplifier to the head unit?
Hook up an aftermarket'
I'm sure there is, but I'm sorry, I would need the directions that would come with a new amp to do it.
Alright is there a way i can look at a diagram of the rear of my head unit? would you have a link?
I don't have one for a stereo. Sorry...
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