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Default How do I get a qty sound from an LOC?

How can I get my signal to my AMPS with without losing sound quaintly with a LOC(Line Output Convertor)? I am in the process of an installation two Diamond AMPs in my new Infinity. The Infinity has a separate Bose amp which I plan to tape the RCA input for the Diamond AMP signal. However, on the newer cars, the RCA signal input to the Bose AMP remains constant and volume is controlled by a separate wire for turning the gain up and down. My plan is to replace all the speakers(Hertz HSK165) and disable a few like the center channel. Canít figure out how to get a qty signal to my AMPS.
I might be looking at having to use an LOC on the output(speaker) side of the crappy Bose AMP. Anybody have experiences on using LOC on the mids and highs part of their system? I am concern about passing the poor qty Bose signal into the aftermarket setup. What is everyone thoughts?
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i have a buick with cd and ?cassett? stock in dash 12 disk changer in trunk stock and steering wheel controls i didnt want to lose all that so i went with the Cache Cloc+D and it puts out 10 volts to the rcas and sounds great its only 2 chan out though if you are planning on running a highs amp also i would suggest the Cache COE6 its a 6chan output with 8 volt rcas im about to upgrade to it just do some looking around JL ofers one RF offers one i prefer the Cache because thaey are good price around $50 for the Clock+D around $100 for the COE6 and check ebay.
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The Cache looks like the right fit but donít have any exp on how the sound qty will be tapping the speaking output of the Bose AMP? Any thoughts?
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im guessing u have a GM with bose. what u will do is go to the12volt.com pick your car and it will give you color codes for the wires behind your radio go off both front or both rear either way and T-tap them into the cache Ttap the constant + , - , to the cache and get your remote power from the fuse box to cache the rest comes with the directioins in the box the cache does have what they call remote power signle sense were it senses sound from the speaker wires but i prefer not to use it and when your done and have everthing tuned i would suggest wrapping some tape around the cache b/c the conections are really close i think ive covered everything if u have any other ?s just ask
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as far as the sound quality the cache boost the rca signal to your aftermarket amp (good signal good sound) from there the amp crossovers will do the rest
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yes i suggested that JL made one ive tried it and personally i prefer the cache to me the jl wasnt as clean of sound and it does cost alot more but yes it would do the job
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Thanks for everyone’s quick reply. To clear up a few of earlier comments, I am working a new infinity M; not a GM model. The car has the stock Bose AMP in the trunk so I could tap into the low-level input at the HU or at the AMP with the same issue; no volume. All the volume is control by separate master wires for the music, phone and nav. Sounds like the Cache and JL would solve the problem but I am trying figure out how much the stock AMP output will impact the overall sound qty of the aftermarket gear using those LOC/sound conditioners mentioned?
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