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Old 08-08-2010, 06:53 AM
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I am planning to do my upgrade in stages. I will probably upgrade the subs under the seats first with the sws-8 and an old 4channel MTX amp. Then i am planning to do the front door speakers. I am interested in a HU recode but not sure if it can be reversed if i don't like it.
This harness can be modified to add an amp to the SWS, but you will need a separate LOC for the front speakers. And this is just to amplify the already xover and EQ OEM amp signals, it will no do anything to those signals other than lower their level.

Recoding is 100% reversible, but you will need to run RCA cables/OEM remote turn on sugnal from the back of your OEM HU/iDrive to the trunk.
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