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2016 Kia w/Harman Kardon, Full Range Signal?


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Which 2 factory speakers can I tap into at the factory HK amp (in trunk) to get a full range signal to my Audiocontrol lc2i?
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2016 kia...?... with hk amp
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Chances are there is not a full range output on any channel of the amplifier. But just to make sure, as asked above, what model is the Kia?
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It's a 2016 Optima SX Turbo. I beleive it shares this system with the SXL which has top tier options but an old man interior I couldn't get past😄
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There is not a full range channel on that vehicle. As far as I can see it is a Tri-amplified system.
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should be able to do the rear door speakes.... LR door black- pin 26 and white+ pin 13     RR white- pin 25   brown+ pin 12. I wouldn't use fronts since those are mid range or the surround speaker
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Radio 12V      Red or Red/Black      +      Radio, white 24 pin plug, pin 12           
Radio Ground      Black      -      Radio, white 24 pin plug, pin 24           
Radio Ignition      Blue      +      Radio, white 24 pin plug, pin 11 or 18           
Radio Illumination      Red (parking lights); Brown (dimmer)      +,-      Radio, white 18 pin plug, pin 8 (parking lights); pin 17 (dimmer)           
Factory Amp Turn-on      (M-CAN)                     
Power Antenna      Red/Orange      +      Radio, white 18 pin plug, pin 18           
Left Front Speaker (+/-)      Red - Blue (woofer); Green - Orange (midrange)      +,-      Radio, white 18 pin plug, pins 2 - 11           
Right Front Speaker (+/-)      Green - Orange (woofer); Green - Orange (midrange)      +,-      Radio, white 18 pin plug, pins 3 - 12           
Left Rear Speaker (+/-)      White - Black      +,-      Radio, white 18 pin plug, pins 1 - 10           
Right Rear Speaker (+/-)      Brown - White      +,-      Radio, white 18 pin plug, pins 4 - 13           
Left Front Speaker - With Amp      Red - Blue (woofer); Green - Orange (midrange)      +,-      Amplifier in trunk right side, white 28 pin plug (B), pins 4 - 19 (woofer); white 28 pin plug (A), pins 13 - 26 (midrange)           
Right Front Speaker - With Amp      Green - Orange (woofer); White - Brown (midrange)      +,-      Amplifier in trunk right side, white 28 pin plug (B), pins 3 - 18 (woofer); white 28 pin plug (A), pins 12 - 25 (midrange)           
Left Rear Speaker - With Amp      White - Black (woofer); Red/Orange - White/Orange (midrange)      +,-      Amplifier in trunk right side, white 28 pin plug (B), pins 13 - 26 (woofer); pins 15 - 28 (midrange)           
Right Rear Speaker - With Amp      Brown - White (woofer); Green - Orange (midrange)      +,-      Amplifier in trunk right side, white 28 pin plug (B), pins 12 - 25 (woofer); pins 14 - 27 (midrange)           
Center Channel - With Amp      Yellow - Black      +,-      Amplifier in trunk right side, white 28 pin plug (A), pins 14 - 27           
Subwoofer - With Amp      Blue - Red (coil 1); White - Brown (coil 2)      +,-      Amplifier in trunk right side, white 28 pin plug (B), pins 2 - 17 (coil 1); pins 1 - 16 (coil 2)      
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2016 Kia w/Harman Kardon, Full Range Signal? - Last Post -- posted image. I found a photo of the speaker descriptions, and am wondering if I can capture the whole bandwidth with a 4ch Dsp input, or if I need six channels of input?

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