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This is a discussion on adding a small sub to stock 09 within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; I got a Sony 10" in a box and i plan on selling it. If it doesn't go i might ...

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    Registered User wrx1234's Avatar
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    adding a small sub to stock 09

    I got a Sony 10" in a box and i plan on selling it. If it doesn't go i might just toss it in the trunk since its small and compact. My question is will this hook up to my stock head unit once i get an amp for it? or do i have to go after market.

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    buy one of those converters that tap into your speakers and then you plug your rca's in it. also tap into you acc power for your remote

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    I believe it's called a line level converter or something like that. It's not the best option, but if you're wanting to run an amp off of your stock HU then it's about your only option.

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