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Install sub in 2005 fiesta finesse

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Basically all i want to do is install a sub, amp & a few speakers in my fiesta but apparently I can't connect these to the standard radio, i may need some adapters but i don't know which ones.

can anyone tell me if this is true?

here is a pic if it helps :D

42180d1178904361-fiesta-4500-radio-removal-dsc00041.jpg

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Basically all i want to do is install a sub, amp & a few speakers in my fiesta but apparently I can't connect these to the standard radio, i may need some adapters but i don't know which ones.

can anyone tell me if this is true?

here is a pic if it helps :D

42180d1178904361-fiesta-4500-radio-removal-dsc00041.jpg

Finesse with air con and a quick clear screen? Thought it was the base model *raises eyebrow*

No clue by the way, sorry! lol

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I wouldn't know with out seeing the connections behind mate.

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I would have thought that you wouldnt have been able to connect them to a standard stereo and to be honest the sound wouldnt be as good. Personally think you should change the headunit as well

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Agree with Rikos there.

Its always worth spending an extra £100 or more on a decent-ish head unit. Will compliment the whole system.

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you can connect them to standard radio you can buy special splitters from halfords go in there explain to them what u wanna do and they will get u the lead.

but tbh i wouldnt recomend it because the standard radio doesnt have seperate amp controll so in effect all speakers/sub would be working at the same watt power the best thing you can do it just split more speakers off the same speaker output i wouldnt worry about the sub if you want to keep the standard head unit

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