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Thread: Tapping into Golf GL stock speakers

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    Eureka, CA

    Tapping into Golf GL stock speakers

    I am currently in the process of deciding on car pc items to buy. I thought I had it all worked out until I took a closer look at my audio system.
    I have the big Double DIN head unit but there's no amp in the back cd changer compartment. I assume that means I do not have the Monsoon Audio package? If that is the case does anyone know how I might tap into my stock speakers?
    I'd like to do as little modification to the car itself as possible (ie cutting stock wires). I'll add stuff, it would just be nice to have the option to revert back if needed.

    Car: 2005 VW Golf GL 2.0L 4Cyl
    This is my head unit:
    This is my CD Changer Compartment:

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    Nov 2004
    get a low powered aftermarket amp, use that, as far as the wires, they make wiring harness' that you would use for an aftermarket headunit(for the weird people who use those, jp) this plugs into the plug that would have gone to your stock headunit, so you don't have to cut any wires at all. Much like this one, however, I don't know your car year, or if you have the monsoon system or not for deff.

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