splicing into the rear speaker
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This is a discussion on splicing into the rear speaker within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; im kinda lazy and dont feel like prying the deck out and everything...do u think i could just splice off ...

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    splicing into the rear speaker

    im kinda lazy and dont feel like prying the deck out and everything...do u think i could just splice off one of the rear speakers for the audio?????... or would it sound like ****

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    Are you talking about for hooking up a line out converter or speaker level inputs? Speaker level inputs its ok to splice into the rear speakers...for a line out converter its best to tie in close to the head unit to eliminate any distortion issues
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