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Input levels into HiFi amp

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Old 03-16-2019, 05:44 PM
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Input levels into HiFi amp

Hey this is my first post on here... a few weeks ago I finally bought my first Mini! Itís a fine specimen of 2009 JCWs with 78k miles and a complete dealership service record (the 1 previous owner loved it greatly). My only complaint so far (except for the lack of a temp gauge) is the sound system... it has the 8 speaker HiFi system, which would be somewhat decent if it had more than a 2 band EQ... I am planning on upgrading the speakers and amp, but buying it took a good bite out of my wallet, so Iíd like to try to improve what itís already got. I just happen to have a JBL GTE422 11 band front and rear EQ laying around and really want to incorporate it in the factory system. I have the wiring diagrams from ISTA and read georgesimianís post on swapping in HK speakers, but Iím not sure what level the signals going into the amp are. The EQ has both speaker and line level inputs, but since Iím trying to retain the factory amp (for now), Iíd really like to be able to just route the signals through the EQ before they go into the amp. Thanks
 
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