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.