Is This Possible (Or Worth the Trouble)

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Old 29 May 2009, 06:22 pm   #1 (permalink)
Syncro
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I have a '93 Camry, great shape. The head unit stereo still works, but the
CD player does not, so I'll be replacing it. The car came with the premium
sound system which meant that there is a dedicated amp under the passenger
seat, which still works. This is not a regular amp, but one dedicated to the
head unit. However, I have been informed that it can be reused with an
aftermarket head unit, if it is wired correctly. To your knowledge, is this
correct, and if so, where might I get a correct schematic for such a
conversion? A usually good source: installdr.com sheds no light on this
one.
thanks


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Old 29 May 2009, 11:41 pm   #2 (permalink)
johngdole@hotmail.com
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You can ask Crutchfield the exact question below. I'm sure they'll be
able to give you an answer.

The speakers are probably shot by now.

www.crutchfield.com


On May 29, 3:22*pm, "Syncro" <wrongt...@boguscon.net> wrote:
> I have a '93 Camry, great shape. The head unit stereo still works, but the
> CD player does not, so I'll be replacing it. The car came with the premium
> sound system which meant that there is a dedicated amp under the passenger
> seat, which still works. This is not a regular amp, but one dedicated to the
> head unit. However, I have been informed that it can be reused with an
> aftermarket head unit, if it is wired correctly. To your knowledge, is this
> correct, and if so, where might I get a correct schematic for such a
> conversion? A usually good source: *installdr.com *sheds no light on this
> one.
> thanks


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