Does a line out converter need to be grounded?

Does a line out converter need to be grounded? 

You can ground it if you want, but you do not need too.

What is a high level to low level converter? 

The RF-HLC is a 2-channel high-level to low-level signal converter designed for factory or aftermarket radios that do not have dedicated low-level RCA outputs. The adapter converts high-level signal from the radio’s speaker line and transforms it into a safer low-level audio signal.

What is a line out converter? 

A: A line output converter, or LOC for short, converts a speaker-level output signal into an RCA preamp-level signal. This lets you connect the radio to the amplifier. It can also be used to connect a new radio to a car’s factory amp (see below).

Can I hook up a subwoofer to my stock car stereo? 

Adding a subwoofer to a factory stereo is an excellent method to boost your sound while retaining your factory controls. The nifty devices can produce bass and sub-bass sounds at low frequencies. Thankfully, it’s pretty simple to wire one into an existing car stereo system.

Does a line out converter need to be grounded? – Related Questions

How do you install a LOC converter?

How do I tap my rear speakers into subs?

Some (many) powered subs have high level inputs, so you can just tap into the rear speaker wires. If your car has a factory sub, use its speaker wire instead. If it doesn’t have high level inputs, you can use a basic line out converter that ties into the speaker wires and turns them into a rca output.

How do you hook up a RCA converter to a car stereo?

Where do I connect the remote wire for my amp?

The turn-on wire (also called the remote wire) is located behind the stereo. On aftermarket stereos, it’s usually a blue and white wire. The remote wire will “tell” your amplifier to turn on whenever the stereo is powered up (usually, whenever the vehicle is turned on).

Is power antenna the same as remote?

Almost every aftermarket head unit has a remote turn on wire. Some manufacturers call it a power antenna wire. But regardless of the label all it does is output a positive 12 volts when the head unit is turned on. It should be noted that some head units have both a remote turn on wire and a power antenna wire.

Can I use speaker wire for remote wire?

Speaker wires can be used as remote wires. It doesn’t matter what kind of wire you use for a remote wire. Any copper wire will work when used as a remote wire. Since most speaker wires are made of copper metal, they can be used for remote wiring.

What color is the remote wire?

Wiring Harness Color Standards
Wire Color Wire Function
Red Switch / Accessory
Black Ground
Blue Antenna Remote
Blue with White Stripe Amplifier Remote Turn-on