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Keria 03-02-2005 07:07 PM

LIne Out Converters
I need to convert my pre sub RCA to the High level inputs with a converter. The line out converts I've seen show the out put on the converts on the RCA side. Can I reverse the signal?

d-rock 03-03-2005 10:07 AM


That would be an amplifier... or at least a line driver.

Out of curiousity, why would you need (or want) to do this?

Derek Tircuit
Product Specialist
Bazooka Mobile Audio

Keria 03-03-2005 10:50 AM

I reviewed some of you previous forum Q & A. I'll give you the whole

I have a Sony CDX F7715x with a sub-out mono at 4 volts, I read that the EL 8a would only take 2.5 volts max. And that I needed to run the rca plugs to the High Side of sub. If true ,I read that you need to use a line out converter to change the rca to wire? If true do, which high side wires do I run it to.

My original problem was a bump when changing soures,cd to radio and stations changes. I redid ground no help, I also read that if you have different size of wire for power and ground this could cause bump?

My problem I think is I am making too many assumptions??????????

So heres another, If the 4 volts is true on low side, this may be causing bump.

Thanks for your help, from a Cajun from Baton Rouge now stuck in Houston with a bunch of dime store cowboys.


Tony Landry

d-rock 03-03-2005 11:05 AM

With a name like Landry, you are from over here!

Don't worry--I'll consume enough crawfish and beer for you this weekend!


Anyway, I'd use the high level outputs of that Sony Radio, unless you want to use the sub control in the head unit.

In that case, what you need is an "Adjustable Ground Loop Isoloater" It has RCA in and RCA out, and level controls on it...

Search for one made by PIE, or AAMP.

Derek Tircuit
Product Specialist
Bazooka Mobile Audio

d-rock 03-03-2005 11:10 AM

Like this, courtesy of

It's a PLG1 from Peripheral-- see

Derek Tircuit
Product Specialist
Bazooka Mobile Audio

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