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The sub cuts on and off at high volume when I use the auxiliary cord to phone. The remote antenna power wire is responsible for the antenna coming out of a car with a retractable antenna. I decided to keep my standard head unit because it looks well in the car, is less likely to attract thieves than a shiny after-market unit and it is a factory upgraded unit anyway and i find it gives pretty good audio quality, it works with the steering wheel controls and has bluetooth and aux-in, so an after-market unit wouldn't offer a substantial upgrade.
With the factory premium system, the stock amp is already filtering out the bass to the stock speakers.
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What are you having trouble with exactly?
Can I connect a kenwood kac to just a sub? So be certain you get your signal from the stock subwoofer if your vehicle comes equipped with one. They have a few applications for GM trucks shown here and they kick ass. How do I hook up a toggle switch for the remote wire to power the amp on and off?
Connect your amp to this. Is it possible that this car cannot be fitted with and amp and sub?
For example, positive in most Jeep Grand Chrerokee tweeters is usually black, and negative is green. Other wise, probably behind the radio. It's no fun, let me tell you. Ditto what MacLeod said!
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The best way to do this would be to use a processor that corrects the audio coming out of the head unit before it gets fed into the amp. I recently did this in a Subaru with Morel Tempo speakers just did speakers and dynamat off basic stock stereo and was pleasantly surprised at the justice the stock stereo did for those speakers.
I was really surprised at how good the sound quality is, I only run a sub through it but I tested some speakers and I couldn't pick up any signal loss, if the radio isn't as complicated it should only really make it easier to work out which wires are which, but obviously don't chop into them if you're not sure.