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Old 07-30-2014, 08:31 AM   #1
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It's time to install a 5 channel amp. Have they made a wiring harness for the 2013 F1 50 with the Sony navigation audio system? I was thinking of getting the wire harness and leaving the center channel in for sink and navigation and editing the front and the backs. Any ideas and can you point me to the correct harness where I don't have to pack my factory liars
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It's time to install a 5 channel amp. Have they made a wiring harness for the 2013 F1 50 with the Sony navigation audio system? I was thinking of getting the wire harness and leaving the center channel in for sink and navigation and editing the front and the backs. Any ideas and can you point me to the correct harness where I don't have to pack my factory liars
No harness to my knowledge. Others just tap the factory wires. There is a lot of info on doing that in this forum.
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So I guess the easiest thing to do would be buying a amp kit and then buy a 4 pair station wire so I can run one wire and hook up all the wires from the factory amp ( leaving the center channel alone for nav and sync )

Will that work ?
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Pretty sure the Sony system requires summing unit and DSP such as the JL Cleansweep and summing module or something fancier like a bit.10 or 3.sixty.
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Pretty sure the Sony system requires summing unit and DSP such as the JL Cleansweep and summing module or something fancier like a bit.10 or 3.sixty.
This correct. Your Sony amp also has separate outputs for the tweeters
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This correct. Your Sony amp also has separate outputs for the tweeters
ok if this is the case then why cant I bypass the sony amp all together except the center channel? im confused. Im looking the cheapest way out without changing the HU.

Maybe I just need to tap the subwoofer wire and run a mono amp for my subs i wanted to put in..

whats the cheapest bit10 or 360? I know Jl's pull a high price
Audio Control looks to be the more popular. I Probably will just install a LCi2

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ok if this is the case then why cant I bypass the sony amp all together except the center channel? im confused. Im looking the cheapest way out without changing the HU.

Maybe I just need to tap the subwoofer wire and run a mono amp for my subs i wanted to put in..

whats the cheapest bit10 or 360? I know Jl's pull a high price
Audio Control looks to be the more popular. I Probably will just install a LCi2
Please do a search in the forum for this. It has been a number of times and will have recommendations
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http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/...50-raptor.html

cliffs of that thread. You must retain factory amp
only use front mid/rear outputs, even for your sub
Use a cl-ssi from jl to run line output converter duties
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