the forte should have the pre outs, as it shares its head unit with the Optima, which has an externally amplified subwoofer (Infinity )senglish85 said:I was wondering if I could get any advice on installing a subwoofer. I know how to do pretty much all of it without voiding my warranty, but I'm not sure where or how to connect the amplifier to the stereo.
wow just checked it out... def no warranty left on the sound system, but it must sound awesome... how much did that cost?D113 said:You guys should check out my threads over at the other forum
if you have any questions, feel free to email me.
I have a full set front and back of top of the line Kenwood eXcelons that I originally had in my Forte Sedan for sale.. Toronto area only please.
LOL not going theremschiavoni said:wow just checked it out... def no warranty left on the sound system, but it must sound awesome... how much did that cost?
figured id try and ask, looks like its easily $600 (US)... quite extensive work tooD113 said:LOL not going there
fortunately all of the amps were used, and my dealer cut quite a few deals due to my return business and trade-ins.
I'm jealous of your color combo. No white ones within 1500 miles of me were to be foundForte_sushi said:Hey guys,
I'm the proud owner of a white forte sx manual 6 speed. I love it.
I'm wanting to install a sub and amp that I have.
Any one have instructions on how to tap into head unit to link RCA cables?
Thanks in advance
Do NOT, I Repeat, DO NOT use the JL audio product (cleansweep) in a Forte.jve said:JL AUDIO makes a box that takes speaker level inputs from your factory radio and converts them to
RCA outputs, i would look into that option as well. i have used them before, and worked out very well,
altho i had a 300/4 running the front/rears and a 500/1 on the sub in a mitsubishi, but its basically the
same idea from car to car, run speaker lines into box, run rca and power to amps and run new speaker wires to speakers. great way to get factory look and still have the power you want, IMO