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Old 04-16-2012, 11:02 AM
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Mein Auto: 2008 135i
2008 US 135i professional deck replacement - singal to factory amp?

I'm installing an Alpine 9885 in my 135i.

I've already got an ASWC to retain steering wheel controls, powered antenna adapter and a 9003 harness.

My question is - Does anyone know how the signal gets from the factory deck to the factory amp in the trunk?

From what I read it's over copper, and not MOST bus.

BUT - is it a high level amplified "speaker" (deck) output / (amp) input?

Or is it low level (in which case I'll need to solder RCA pigtails onto the harness I bought)?

Help! This is the only thing holding me back from starting my install.
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