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This is a discussion on adding a amp and sub to a stock radio within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; i was wondering if you can add this amp and sub to a factory (2011 wrx) head unit? Infinity BASSLINK ...

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    adding a amp and sub to a stock radio

    i was wondering if you can add this amp and sub to a factory (2011 wrx) head unit?

    Infinity BASSLINK 10" Sub + 10" Raditor & 200w Amp NEW - eBay (item 130485114831 end time Mar-12-11 11:53:20 PST)


    sorry to use an ebay page but all the info is right there

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    Solid choice on the BassLink

    You'll probably need a line-out converter, but other than that, there should be no issue.
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    A local audio shop quoted me $315 to get my sub/amp hooked up in my 2011

    This included a full wiring kit, line out adapter to hook up the amp to the stock head unit, all installed
    2011 Subaru WRX SWP Sedan
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    seems a bit high. did it include the sub/amp? or did you go with a different sub/amp combo than this basslink one?

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