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    Okay i got p**sed off with the after market head unit because i couldnt get a live feed too it, i used a quad lock aswell which didnt work! And waisted 20.00 on an arial adaptor but still lol.. So i bought a high/low converter off ebay.. 7.00 cheep and cheerful.. Its a shame i didnt get any pics of me fitting the high/low converters to it.. Oh and also i have wired the remote upto the rear cigarette lighter aswell.

    But if any of you consider doing this to your CD70 head unit the wires are
    Rear right =
    white = +
    white/brown = -

    Rear left =
    green = +
    green/brown = -

    Here is the pic of my bass set up


    Sorry for no pics on the high/low converter i will take the head unit out again and take some pics when i get a free day.

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    Looking good, you keeping as it is or moulding into boot. From my hometown too

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    And there was me thinking you had one of these in the boot


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    same as mine mate and if you have them amped what a sound

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    I was thinking it sounded very fishy too XD
    Pump up the BASE my man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rorschach View Post
    Looking good, you keeping as it is or moulding into boot. From my hometown too
    still keeping it the same mate as i have to still get shopping in the boot and that lot..

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    Quote Originally Posted by neverlandandy View Post
    same as mine mate and if you have them amped what a sound
    Im running the Crunch P1400.2 sounds pretty awesom.. i was shocked that they sounded like this tbf.

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    have you completly cut off the rear speakers or have you branched off the rear left and right and the most inportant bit is what it sound like anygood

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    I have branched off the wires.. used a wire stripper for the job and it sounds pretty neat tbf.. I done this with my old one which i f**ked up.. But this time i had a speaker spare and set the head unit to the rear left then the rear right and worked it out from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 19CDTIvec View Post
    I have branched off the wires.. used a wire stripper for the job and it sounds pretty neat tbf.. I done this with my old one which i f**ked up.. But this time i had a speaker spare and set the head unit to the rear left then the rear right and worked it out from there.
    top job not been able to have a bass box for about 3.5 years since wife put the baby buggy through it

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