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Question about Stero Upgrade 2005 OBSport
Posted 30 May 2006 - 10:58 AM
After a recent road trip (Boston to Detroit and back) I now feel the need to get new stero to intergrate the ipod into for my 2005 Outback Sport SE.
Presently I am looking at getting this head unit http://www.tweeter.c...rentPage=family
I would end up running an stero to mini headphone jack into the AUX in-put to play my ipod.
My plans were put on hold today because I found out that if i put an aftermarket head unit in place of the factory in dash CD changer, that my subwoofer will no longer be controled by the "new" deck. This would result in a muddy sub and thats not going to fly with me.
Has anyone run into this problem before? is there a solution or am i stuck with the 6 disk changer? I really only wanted to swap the head units and not have to buy an brand new sub.
This was A LOT easier with my last subi (97 Outback sport). Why has Subaru gone the path of making after market stero install such a pain in that rump roast?
thank you for your help
Posted 30 May 2006 - 02:44 PM
be lucky that it removes with a few screws....
have you searched for some way to plug in your ipod without getting a new headunit? like a fm transmitter or a tape player converter?
Posted 30 May 2006 - 05:52 PM
How can the sub not be used with a new head unit? Isnt it basically just two leads that connect to an amplifier?
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