You can cut the wires going into and out of the Bose amp and feed the signal wires into the JL from the radio and send the signal out of the JL and into the stock wire harness. I found it easier just to run new wire to the rear speakers when you pull them out to replace them.
You will need another amp though for the cabin spaekers. You might want to return your JL amp for a multi channel amp.
OK. Just got this shit installed but the 1st box got lost by fedex. I'm using a temporary one until I get the replacement next week.
They ended up tapping into the bose signal and then filtered it through a Audio Control LC8 to achieve 100HZ for the sub/ Their suggestion. They also put the bass knob in my ashtray. Everything sounds great, hits hard, but obviously there are some ipod songs that the sub doesn't even register. I figure that is where the Epicenter comes in handy. 1 issue I have is about 35% of the music that I listen to has some sort of Delay with the bass to the sub as to what is being registered to the door, sounds very odd. Does anyone, or just Gilley, have any input on what this could be/related to?
Otherwise, I'm pretty happy with the outcome.
I have the bass and treble all the way on the head unit and a little fade to the front. This delay happens no matter what the head unit settings are.
That sounds reasonable ,,, like the amp goes into sleep mode or something w/o that other signal wire hooked up when lossing low end input signal from parts of a song.
I usually get 98 % into these projects then realize I've been up for 22 hours. It's diffucult troubleshooting the last phase of an issue then having to finish it later. Other times, a fresh look and start opens up some other things that were missed.
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