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Old 12-06-2011, 07:26 PM   #1
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Alright guys.. I tried looking this up but it's kind of hard for me to figure out what to put in to find what I'm looking for info wise..

Anyways, I am looking at a new head unit for my car. It is the App Radio from Pioneer, some of you may know about it and know that it has issues, I know that but I want something with Navigation at a decent price (if y'all know of anything else that offers it, without bluetooth that would be awesome).

If I end up going with this headunit I have an issue, I have two amps, one four channel running my speakers, one mono running my 2 subs plus my iPhone. Is there any way that I can run all of this with only one RCA input from the headunit???
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Never mind.. I already got the info I needed.
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Alright guys.. I tried looking this up but it's kind of hard for me to figure out what to put in to find what I'm looking for info wise..

Anyways, I am looking at a new head unit for my car. It is the App Radio from Pioneer, some of you may know about it and know that it has issues, I know that but I want something with Navigation at a decent price (if y'all know of anything else that offers it, without bluetooth that would be awesome).

If I end up going with this headunit I have an issue, I have two amps, one four channel running my speakers, one mono running my 2 subs plus my iPhone. Is there any way that I can run all of this with only one RCA input from the headunit???
Please enlighten us!! id also like to know how this would be done
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Well it's been a few days since I talked to the guy so I'll try to explain it the best I can.

But the basics of it are there are two converters that I have to use to make it work for my subs and that is basically all the difference. I will get back to you with a more specific answer for you when I can. I wish I could be more help but it got kind of confusing with him just telling me about it and me not actually seeing it.
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lol alright
are you talking about in line convertors or something like that?
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Umm.. Haha. I think but I'm really not sure. From what it sounded like he was going to use them for my subs to plug into the headunit. If that sounds right to you?
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