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    Default A question for any one using an Autoleads PC1-601 Rear speaker to RCA converter kit

    What did you use for your remote live for your amp? Cant use the cig lighter as this doesnt turn off with the stereo!


    Any help apreciated.

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    Stephen

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    Ciggy lighter will turn off with ignition though, is that not what you want? I bought an in line base controller by Vibe, it only cost about £15, it just went in the RCA line and you could adjust5 the base from the front, if you pressed the button it would also cut the remote live so you had full control of the amp from the front.

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    That sounds like what i need. Any chance of a linky? My concern with using the cig lighter is if i turn off my headunit the amp will still be on, which could be asking for trouble.

    CHeers

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    Sorry mate no linky, it was about 6 years ago in my old Pug. Have a search for Remote bass controller or gain. You could have a simple switch in the cup holder to turn the remote live on and off.

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    THESE are the sort of things you want to control the bass gain from the cabin, mine however has a 3rd wire which was for the remote live. But as said one of these plus a switch would give you total control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    THESE are the sort of things you want to control the bass gain from the cabin, mine however has a 3rd wire which was for the remote live. But as said one of these plus a switch would give you total control.

    Cheers mate, much apreciated. I plan to fit a line driver. The idea of a switch for the remote line is simple but affective. I always try and make things too complicated.

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    If your fitting a line driver then I take it your getting rid of the Autoleads converter as you can get line drivers that have speaker inputs and RCA outs, some even have cabin controls like the link I gave you. The less clutter the signal goes through the better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushy View Post
    If your fitting a line driver then I take it your getting rid of the Autoleads converter as you can get line drivers that have speaker inputs and RCA outs, some even have cabin controls like the link I gave you. The less clutter the signal goes through the better.

    Oh ok, all the line drivers i have used inthe past needed RCA inputs. I better do some googling!!!

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