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    hey guys i dont know if they are called pre outs but is there anyway i could connect my rca leads from my amp and sub to the cd30?

    thnaks

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    I am sure there is a how 2 on this, but most people tend to wire in an adapter from the rear speaker section of the loom connector at the back of the head-unit.

    Have a good search round the forum, there are loads of threads on this topic.

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    Hi Bud,
    I did this with my cd30 and it was easy todo but sounded ****.... you may aswell turn the bass up on your standard speakers as the sub and amp connected to cd30 is a waste of time.... or buy a new headunit lol...

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    thanks for the info guys

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Hi-Low-Speaker...a#ht_558wt_911

    would this work? i dnt want really huge sound but even if it does sound too loud it wouldnt really cost too much, then i probably would put my other headunit in

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    Yes it will work fine.

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    cheers bud

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