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2003 eclipse, 2 alpine amps, 2 subs


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loosingmymind 
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Posted: March 22, 2007 at 2:10 PM / IP Logged  

You could also run a piece of 9con to the amp under the passenger seat and pull the output plug from the amp. Test with a good multimeter or a speaker popper and find your channels. Then connect the 9con to the back of your head unit and the output plug on the amp. Test for ohm load also. You don't want to burn up your high level outputs. If needed replace the speakers at the end of the 4 channels you are going to use. You're bypassing your amp.

hope I helped you some,

David

loosingmymind 
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Also, allways fuse between every battery you use. Better safe than fire!!!

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If you add another battery the PROPER way to fuse is after the front battery AND before the rear battery
choier1983 
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so here the deal  guys!!! i am gonna have a alpine V12  5 *50 w channel amp  to upgrade my  amp !!!  so 4 channel will go to manufacor speaker and  can i add another 2 speckers which is 40W ea  to make it like 6.1 so what you guys think??
huy, nguyen
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3rd gen wrote:
If you are adding a 4 channel to your factory infinity speakers you will most definitely blow them out. The factory infinity system speakers run at 2 ohms and each have a separate channel at the amp.
The amp is located under the front passenger seat. I would recommend replacing the front components and 6x9's (leave the center unplugged) now, since you will have to replace them very soon anyways.
You will need the Metra 70-7003 amp integration harness to use the factory HU with the aftermarket amps.
I too have a third generation Eclipse. If you need any other info about any other part of the car, go over to www.club3g.com! We have a great community that is willing to help with every aspect!

thanks for your help    3rd Gen!!! so you have the same car 2 !!  yearh !! actually i have a 5 channel alpine MRA-F350  so should i keep the infinity speaker !! or repace them? so what should i do if i want to keep those manufactor speaker !!

huy, nguyen
choier1983 
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hi have a 5.1 alpine channel amp which is 50 w per channel !! is it gonna perform the best with a 100 watt type R speaker for each channel or should i go with 50 watt or  60watt for each? thank for advance help guys !!
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Replace the Infinity speakers. I just replied to your post on club3g too!
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