I can answer questions about car audio installation, including head units, amplifiers, speakers, subwoofers, mobile video systems, GPS navigation, hands-free kits, alarm/remote start, troubleshooting, OEM integration, installation tools and methods, and more.
I have been a professional car audio installer for several years.
I currently hold a Master Installer certificate from the Mobile Electronics Certified Professional (MECP) program. This is the highest level of certification. I have been MECP-certified at various levels since 2001.
|brandon||10/18/15||10||10||10||Thanks im going to try now and .....|
|shawn||09/28/15||10||10||10||Thank you so much that helps big .....|
|Joel||03/14/11||10||10||10||Thanks for such a complete and precise .....|
|Dewald||03/09/11||10||10||10||Thanks allot for all your help, I .....|
Hi Tim, In my opinion the best option in these vehicles is to remove the factory amplifiers and drive the new speakers directly from the head unit. This is because the stock amplifiers have built-in
Hi Jessica, I'm a little confused about your setup. Is your new amplifier just driving the subwoofers, the front and rear speakers, or both? And are you talking about after-market subwoofers,
Hi Michelle, Adding an amplifier and subwoofer to a factory audio system should not have any effect on the factory speakers--in fact, if it's done right, it can help preserve the speakers, because
Hi Rosemary, Sorry about the delay in answering your question. I'm assuming that the audio system in your vehicle is all stock, and not after-market replacements. If so, there are a few possibilities
Hi Jake, I took a look at the owner's manual for the Eonon head unit, and it appears to have a full set of pre-amp outputs: front right and left, rear right and left, and subs. I think you may be