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Synthisising Factory Head Unit Channels

Old 04-20-2015, 01:42 AM
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Synthisising Factory Head Unit Channels


I really need help on this..

I have a 2009 Nissan GTR with Bose factory audio system, the head unit have only 4 channels going into the Bose amp (front right, front left, rear right and rear left), and the Bose amp synthesis the 4 channels to (3 way front right, 3 way front left, rear right, rear left, centre channel and two subs).

Now if I want to change all my speakers and amp to any different brand, can I use the Alpine PXA-H800 or the 360.3 to input the 4 channels thats coming from the head unit and get the 6 channels? like the factory setup.

Please keep in mind, no plans at all to change or add a new parallel head unit. And I want to keep all factory speakers locations working, I do not want to cancel any of them.

Below are the parts I am planning to install:

1. Front: Hertz HSK163 3 way component speakers

2. Rear: Hertz DCX87.3 Coaxial Speakers

3. Centre: Hertz HL70 full-range

4. Sub: 1 or 2 Kicker L7 Solo-Baric 8″ Subwoofer (depends on the sub's amp below, if it can handle 1 or 2 sub's)

5. Amps: Alpine MRX-V60 for front's rear's and centre (5 channels) and Alpine MRX-M110 for the sub/sub's

Please let me know if I can make the factory 4 channel synthisised to get all the factory speakers locations work, so I can order the items. And what other parts do I need (if I am missing something) to make this setup work?

Best regards

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