I'm not sure, but if there were it would only be to power small internal speakers or headphones.
I'd like to put in a carputer, just wondering if there are any display units that will fit in a 2008 dodge ram's NAV bezel (DD) that also have built in audio amps?
hmm. my truck does still have the original audio amp that was built in that was controlled by the original stereo. It was done via the CAN bus. If I build a carputer and interface it to the CAN port would it be able to adjust left/right/bass/treble/fron/back/etc
I have no idea, that's beyond me. For simplicities sake though I'd say just replace the OEM amp.
but the quality is very sketchy..
but i have never seen any reviews on any of their products...
i guess it depends on your own preference, but i would also vote for installing a aftermarket amp... but keep in mind that i built my carpc specifically for audio-processing.. so my opinion might be a little skewed..
My OLD 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT:
"The Project That Never Ended, until it did"
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I haven't messed with HORM yet, I was referring to the boot time of the xenarc unit itself, it's about 20 seconds boot time for the display unit. There's nothing I can do about that.
have u thought about a sure amp u can get a 4 channel @ 100 watts for around $50, i just put one in my truck and it rocks