|08-26-2012 02:07 AM|
|Goguyted||Well, I figured it out. I've been on vaca all this week and with this 'tastic weather I'm not just going to sit and look at the beauty. I've got the PAC SOEM-T spliced into the standard stereo for the Capacitor, Pioneer amp and two 12" Rockford Punch 3 dual voice coil subs. I've accomplished a good one now, Thanks man.|
|08-21-2012 01:20 AM|
|Goguyted||No I don't think so, how/is ther a simple way to find out? I have a very basic system (picture) http://image.automotive.com/f/2012_j...w500/radio.jpg and with this stereo I don't have any special/fancy features no sirius, no rear sub, no electric windows but for that I.D.C. I think if I had an "Infinity" system I'd know because for all the features (purchased 7/3/12) I have them all memorized, but not how to adjust fix or modify them yet.|
|08-20-2012 10:30 AM|
|eboven||Do you have the amplified (Infinity) system in the Jeep? If so, you can't tie that in behind the stereo, it has to be done after the amplifier. Your best bet would be to grab the wires running up the the soundbar, as you only need two speaker leads for a Line Output converter.|
|08-20-2012 01:06 AM|
2012 Wrangler Sport factory stereo wiring?
Hi if someone has any information, links, diagrams reguarding the factory stereo's grey 22 pin color codes on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sport that would be great. I've been having alot of trouble finding anything/nothing to identify this, so I'll have the ability to add two RCA plugs with a (PAC SOEM-T) HILO PAC SOEM-T 2-Channel Premium Line Output Converter with Remote Turn-On Trigger Line out converter for factory radios. Accepts speaker level input and provides stereo RCA output signal for adding an aftermarket amplifier. Also provides 12v turn-o to add 2 amplified 12" subs to the trunk.