Installing an amplifier in your cars audio system can seem overwhelming, but installing one without RCA jacks can be downright intimidating. Older systems usually lack RCA jacks, but just because you have an older system does not mean you cannot add an amp for additional power to push your speakers or subwoofers.
How do you hook up a amp without a RCA jack?
There are almost three methods available to hook up your amplifier without using any RCA jacks.Connect Speaker Wire To RCA Adapter.Install Using High-Level Amp Inputs.Hook-Up Amp Using Line Output Converter(LOC)22 Aug 2020
Can I hook up an amp to my factory stereo?
The best way to connect it to a factory system is to tap into the stereos speaker outputs for the amps input signal. Then send the amps outputs back to the stereos harness, and on to the speakers through the factory wiring. These cables will act like a T-harness to connect your amp to the factory system.
Can you plug RCA into aux?
If you have an line level RCA audio output it should work fine into any aux input. If the aux input has a 3.5mm stereo mini jack then you will need a cable with 2 RCA at one end and the stereo mini plug at the other. They also make adapters if you already have a cable you want to use.
Heres the short answer: You cannot use tweeters on a monoblock (bass-only) amp or a subwoofer output channel using a low-pass crossover. You can use tweeters with unused amplifier outputs (channels) that are full-range.