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Old 08-10-2014, 08:43 AM   #1
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Default Subwoofer install question...Non-Bose

My apologies for starting another subwoofer thread in here, but I have been searching various sites for days and I cant get this information.

I have a 2014 A7 with the non-bose audio. I am installing a JL audio powerwedge with an alpine mono amp. I am also using an Audiocontrol Lc2i as my LOC. I have installed many sound systems into various car over the years, so I am fairly technical .

I know that I can tap into the existing sub wires but most installers tell you to get a full signal from the rears and let the LC2i and/or the cross over in your amp do the job.

My question is....What are the colors of the wires for the rear speakers???

There are many threads on this but no one ever mentions the specific colors of the +/_ wires. There are a few for the Bose system but none for the non-bose.

Thanks in advance.
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