looks to me like that amp can take high level inputs directly. Why would you need a line converter?
I see what you are saying, but unless you mean something totally weird that I don't know about you are missing my point. How do you get a signal to the amp? From the deck. If the deck does not have RCAs how is one supposed to connect it to the amp? You have to add RCAs.
* 800 watts, 2-channel amplifier
* Ultra slim 1-1/4" height for a compact installation
* Blue light illuminated right and left sides
* Blue light illuminated cooling fan
* Blue light illuminated terminals
* Tri-mode capable
* Remote bass control with 20ft. wire
* 2 ohms stereo stable, 4 ohms momo
* 2-channel bridgeable power amplifier
* High and low RCA inputs available by the switch of a button <------- this is the inputs!
* RCA preamp line output
* Selectable HPF/Full/LPF crossovers:
o HPF (High-Pass Filter): 40Hz - 250Hz
o Full: 15Hz - 30kHz
o LPF (Low-Pass Filter): 40Hz - 250Hz
* Adjustable input sensitivity: 0.2V - 6V
* Bass boost: 0-18 dB
* PWM MOSFET power supply
* Soft delayed remote turn-on
* Dual color indicator LED (Power and Protection)
* Dimensions: 12.87"W x 1.5"H x 8.66"L
my suggestion get a Line output converter and read the instructions on how to install!
For example, you would simply connect the + and - wire directly to the inputs on the amp. Just like stock speakers are hooked up. Instead of going to a speaker, it would go to the amp.
But again, I may be wrong as I have not seen a decent picture of the amp.
The amp doesn't matter, it's gonna be the deck. From the deck you have the wiring harness to connect it to power, speakers, etc. Most aftermarket decks have RCA jacks on the back, some have just outies and some have outies as well as innies (for mp3 players and the like). Since stock decks don't have RCA outs on them you splice into (generally) the rear speakers and wire in a line out converter where you plug you amp in.
Personally if your radio does not have rca outs, i would not use the high level ins on your amp even if you have them, too much noise and thumps. Rather get yourself a line level converter, speakers to rca and tap it in from the rear speakers in your car. These give you cleaner solution then using high level inputs. Find these any where that sells car audio products.
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