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This is a discussion on basslink question within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; If I run a basslink off the factory headunit, can I tap off the rear speakers with a LOC? Also ...

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    basslink question

    If I run a basslink off the factory headunit, can I tap off the rear speakers with a LOC? Also where do I run the power to the basslink from? thanks.

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    I ran my Basslink off the factory h/u with a LOC and w/o using the rear speakers.

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    anyone else?

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    You'll have to explain to me what LOC is, but I tapped into my rear speakers for my basslink using the supplied wires. For power, you need to go to a car stereo place and buy an "amp hookup kit" which will run cable to your battery.

    My power cable goes under the corner of my rear seat, under the door sills and through the grommet under the clutch pedal.

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    Line output converter. I'm using the factory headunit. So how would I get the remote turn on from? Wouldn't the basslink stay on constantly?

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    Nope, turns off automatically when it senses no power to the rear speakers.

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