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V37 Headunit do i need to upgrade to run an amp and sub?


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the headunit in my 2020 V37 seems pretty good but im worried About how much stuff its actually hooked into in my vehicle that if i upgrade im going to lose alot of that connectivity.

the screen shares everything by the looks of it and i want to run a sub and amp so if i can do it of the factory system that would be great if not im not sure what options i have.

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One option would be to find the head unit line out to the factory amp, and intercept/use that as input to your new amp (have to wire up separate speakers of course).

I went through something similar with my old CU2 Accord Euro (has a factory 7-ch Panasonic amp, which gets fed by some weird built-in equaliser in the HU). Pain in the arse to try to keep it factory-ish (I went to the trouble of finding compatible connector on aliexpress and then wiring it all up).

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yer so the AMP is in the back under the tray and the sub sits in the tray.

im thinking of unplugging the amp itself and checking what wires do what and just wire everything up from the styandard amp/sub loom.

just hope everything works as intended but im thinking there should be all the wires i need.

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