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i say ibanender cause i hardly come on anymore and hes the one name i remember being helpful and knowledgeable, so noone else get offended please and if you have input by all means add it, thanks in advance

im tryin to see if this can work with car audio, and if so if these are the right parts (resistor ratings etc etc)

http://www.epanorama.net/circuits/speaker_to_line.html
 

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Originally posted by OffThaHorseCEO@Aug 29 2005, 10:08 PM~3716129
i say ibanender cause i hardly come on anymore and hes the one name i remember being helpful and knowledgeable, so noone else get offended please and if you have input by all means add it, thanks in advance

im tryin to see if this can work with car audio, and if so if these are the right parts (resistor ratings etc etc)

http://www.epanorama.net/circuits/speaker_to_line.html
Scroll this page, I think you will find exactly what you are looking for...
They make all kinds of goodies... :cheesy:

http://www.pac-audio.com/pac/7_PAC_bros/Adding_Amp_Q5.pdf

Main Website http://www.pac-audio.com/

Unless you were just dead set on making one, in that case nevermind me...
 

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brahma brian, theres another name i shoulda remembered, and dirtywhiteboy too

well i wanted to make one too, for cost effectiveness and experimentation

thanks alot for your quick reply
 

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Originally posted by OffThaHorseCEO@Aug 29 2005, 10:32 PM~3716316
brahma brian, theres another name i shoulda remembered, and dirtywhiteboy too

well i wanted to make one too, for cost effectiveness and experimentation

thanks alot for your quick reply
The P.A.C. SNI-35 Line Output Converter can be had for $15 - $25 online...

It is a very high quality product for the price...
As are all of the products they make...
 

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hmm, i guess i will have to check it out hehe, thanks again
 

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assumin i still want to do this, what would be the correct parts to use with this schematic to be used with more powerful subwoofer amps that are more common in car audio
 

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i wouldn't recomend something like that which is designed for the car, for one thing, unless you have a very low power output reciever, it'll burn it up, because they are only designed for 35 watts max at 4 ohms, 70 watts max at 8 ohms, and thats if you get a good one. you'd prolly be better off getting house amps that have line level inputs built into them.
 

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well, this is somethin you build, and i wanna try it, it says y ou can change certain components to handle more or less pwer, but what do i need to change it to?
 

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Originally posted by OffThaHorseCEO@Aug 30 2005, 01:21 PM~3720443
well, this is somethin you build, and i wanna try it, it says y ou can change certain components to handle more or less pwer, but what do i need to change it to?
um, if thats for a house amp, and you wanna switch it to use it with car audio, just cut the number for the power it can handle in half, and thats what it will handle, most hu's, especially stock hu's, don't put out much more than 25-30 watts max, if that much.
 
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