[200q20v] Re: Radio Head Units - is it the Bose system?

Glen Dustin Powell gpowell at ennovatenetworks.com
Thu Nov 30 14:33:31 EST 2000

Do you have the Bose system? Crutchfield sells an adapter to allow any
normal head-unit to interface with the existing Bose amps and speakers. It
werks well, BTDT. Like $75US.



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Subject: Re: [200q20v] Re: Radio Head Units

I've had my rear speakers out.  You probably need to pull the speaker for
access to the amp connection; I think this is detailed on my site.  Once on
the bench, there's a simple spade connection and you're done.

Another option to consider is that aftermarket 6x9" speakers will likely fit
in the audi adaptor; might give better sound quality.

In a message dated Thu, 30 Nov 2000  1:30:25 PM Eastern Standard Time,
George Sidman <sidman at montereynet.net> writes:

<< Since the radio issue has come up.......  I recently
installed a new Sony head unit which resulted in a hiss from
the rear speakers whenever the radio is turned on.
Crutchfield tells me it is the result of a conflict between
the mosfet chip in the head unit and the rear amp. I am now
facing a direct hardwire job between the head unit and the
rear speakers. Any words of wisdom re bypassing the rear
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