PC provides very low level inputs (On the scale of 0-0.5 or 1volt). Generally lower than most amps are rated for. I can't speak for Factory amps, but most amps you buy in the store have low level inputs as high as 8v in some cases. You need to find out, perhaps from a G35 forum or look up the actual part number of the amp, what kind of inputs the amp takes.
I would assume it is expecting low level inputs, but factory installed amps can be all sorts of weird things.
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Cool, thanks guys. I did just order a PAC-LD10. Right now the audio is fairly clear but is flat as you could imagine. Bass is non-existent. I hope this helps. I may have to rip out the rest of the Bose stuff at some point anyway, we'll see!
I know im a few months late to the post. I also am looking to do a build and the furthest i got was how to get pc sound to the stock amp.
Now I have found this device.(ROEM-NIS2).
It allows aftermarket head units to adapt and be plug and play into the bose system.
Now the question is based upon the allowed inputs What would it take from a pc audio device output (soundcard or interface) stand point to give me PC outputs that can be splice/merge into the aftermarket harness inputs
LEFT FRONT LOW LEVEL (+)
LEFT FRONT HIGH LEVEL (+)
RIGHT FRONT LOW LEVEL (+)
RIGHT FRONT HIGH LEVEL (+)
LEFT REAR LOW LEVEL (+)
LEFT REAR HIGH LEVEL (+)
RIGHT REAR LOW LEVEL (+)
RIGHT REAR HIGH LEVEL (+)
LEFT FRONT (-)
RIGHT FRONT (-)
LEFT REAR (-)
RIGHT REAR (-)
or what hardware be required to give me these sorts of outputs from a pc