Sounds like you have found the computer for your AAS! I hope that you didn't damage it.Haukur said:Well, I looked under my passenger seat, and indeed there was a black/greyish box under it , but I noticed no speaker around there anywhere... So I opened the box up and it looked inside... no speaker there either, just a lot of electrical junk... Was wondering if this is some other thing than your subwoofer and amplifier, or is this then just the amplifier -subwoofer ???
If you want to wire in the factory sub with your aftermarket stereo, all you have to do is:Importheadmp89 said:No, I have mine. Im just wondering if anyone here knows how to wire it to an aftermarket radio? I noticed the sound got softer after I installed my Kenwood, all this time I thought it was cause I got rid of the equalizer. Anyone know how to wire the factory equalizer to an aftermarket radio?
Need help getting factory underseat sub working with this setup:anarchyx34 said:Yeah, connect the wire Thunder's talking about. And just so you know the sub gets it's signal from the front speaker wires. So you dont have to connect anything else.
That's all it takes, assuming you're using factory wiring to connect the front speakers to the amp, the factory sub will already be connected.JefftheChef said:
Need help getting factory underseat sub working with this setup:
I've got my front & rears (Polk audio) running off a 4 channel amp (Kenwood) which is connected to a Sony deck. The blue remote turn-on wire is running from the deck to the amp.
Split the remote turn-on wire at the deck and run one to the amp and the other to the "blue wire with yellow stripe" on factory harness.
That's all it takes, assuming you're using factory wiring to connect the front speakers to the amp, the factory sub will already be connected.