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Adding a subwoofer to BOSE speed6
I've been reading and reading and reading and I still don't understand some things about the BOSE system. I have the BOSE sound system and I just want to add an amplifier and a subwoofer to my car.
So far I've gathered that you can't use the signal going to the BOSE sub amp because it's very weak and it rolls-off as you increase volume on the head unit.
So my questions:
1. Can I use the front left and front right signals coming from the head unit to the BOSE amp under the passenger seat? Or are they weak as well?
2. Or should I use the amplified signal output (from BOSE under the seat) that's going to the speakers with a LOC? And also, my amp already has high-level inputs, do I really need a line output converter?
Or, in other words: What is the best way to add an amp and a sub to a BOSE system?
Last edited by blackmica; 07-20-2018 at 06:04 AM.