Stock head unit (ford taurus)
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I want to set up my car computer (using OPUS DC-DC power supply, though that shouldn't make a difference)
I was originally going to go ghetto and get a 400W pure sine inverter and plug in a car computer and some logitech z560s or z680s and really be bumping (at a cheaper cost than most car audio)
But, a pure sine inverter is too expensive (that brings up a question, do you think I could use a modified sine inverter? those are dirt cheap)
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THE REAL QUESTION
I have a '99 Ford Taurus. I want to hook up the car computer's audio output to the stock speakers. I have a stock head unit, i'm assuming that I need to go from the computer then to the stock head unit some how. Is this possible? I can't find a wiring diagram on the stock head unit, so I don't even know if it has inputs. Can anyone help me out here? Any thoughts would be great.
If that isn't feasable, then what's the best way to go? Get some cheap amplifier and then, head unit to amp, computer to amp, then amp to speakers? If I need an amp, then what's a nice cheap one?