Do you splice this converter in before or after the factory amp?
Not meant to de-rail here, but it was said to take out the factory sub?How do you go about doing this and what are the actual benefits?
AFTER,the benefits are that it'll work,if you hook it before like you did the audio will be very low!!
the factory sub in under the cup holders in the center console and it doesn't matter if ir is before or after i don't think
It does man,I did it before the first time and I got a ''protect'' light on the amp,it never would let my particular amp work,I called one of my friends and he told me get the signal afterwards that the amp was seeing too much voltage for a speaker input and giving me the protect mode[that's when it worked that is,the audio was also very low too]
A PAC adapter is a high quality, usually cleaner, line option.
Killerbee you are right on the money!!
Yes that is what I have and like it a lot,for twenty bucks it is the right thing to do ..A clean signal from under the center console and no one is the wiser,everything is really neat/hidden,and the amp doesn't clip or pick up static from power lines,gas powered vehicles near you at the red light etc...
Splicing a regular old RCA line into your speaker wires is sure to get you some nasty interference,and at that point it is of little importance what quality of equipment you have, it'll sound cheap......
i used a converter called the MTX Re-Q.
search it up, it works awesome, i liked it cause i was able to make adjustments on the re-q, and on my amp.
i couldn't get the bass i wanted out of a regular high/low converter, this re-q did what i needed
does it have a frequency crossover in it??I been trying to find one that is adjustable rather than build one.....
OH use two PAC adapters......one for the front,one in the rear sets of speakers,also using two when you adjust your fade or balance the bass will stay consistent.....I had only one,attached to the right rear speaker,and it sounded a bit weird[[[like only one side was playing,but indeed everything was correct]]],then added my second one and WHAMO world of difference being it was only getting signal from one rear speaker......one is on right rear,other is left front..