|My forte is audio.. Car/Home/Boat. You name it, I will help you even if it is just a link to more assistance.
If you want to interface new gear to your factory radio I can do us both a favor and tell you to go to crutchfield.com or call them at 1.800.555.7088. They really are top notch at doing that for people with great support. I will re-direct most questions of that nature to them. The rest of it... I am eager to help you with.
I am also not a 'Master Installation Technician' that will tell you I cannot assist you with cars not made in the USA.
Talk to me about any audio upgrades including 'bang for the buck'.|
Specialties include: Overall Acoustics, Gain structure/settings and Enclosure design, system design/consultation, when/where to get which upgrades as well as other pertinent info for the mobile audio enthusiast and much more.
|Home Theater Audio Cabling (from HDMI to speaker cable). I WILL REJECT ALL CAR AUDIO QUESTIONS - I am not a car audio guy.|
|Audio Design Engineer; systems, loudspeakers, cd/dvd players, etc. I am knowledgeable in all high end audio equipment and installations. MAKE SURE YOU GIVE A MAKE AND MODEL NUMBER AND CAR IF IT IS AN AUTO QUESTION. Note: I am getting some who ask good questions that take a lot of time to research but then the questioner fails to read the answer. Please don't ask questions unless you are seriously looking for an answer. If you find an answer to your question otherwise then let me know with your reply. Thank you.|
You'll need to be a bit more specific as to what you're trying to accomplish then... What format are you wanting to record to? Is. The 3.5mm bringing in one channel of balanced audio or two channels of
Yes, but car radio speakers don't make very good sound quality for guitars. But electrically there is no problem. When connecting to amplifier your most important requirement is to make sure the impedance
Sorry for the delay. Without knowing the model number of the aftermarket unit I can only guess what may be going on. My first guess upon looking at your question is incompatibility with Bose system
Is it something just now happening and it was okey before? Or is it a condition upon first installing and hooking up the system? Hum is usually caused when the ground is open circuit or incomplete.
Hi Ryan, Well - You're right, there is no output on those as they are meant to be kind of a portable unit. I do have a solution, however. When you're subwoofer shopping, look for something that