Originally Posted by neil.vernafluidic
why 4 hi-low converter. he will need 2 only no?
1 hi-low converter gives 2 ch outputs ... in my case.. and i got it for 450 rs. may be yours is different then mine.
hertz and rockford both are good. always ask for bill and ORIGINAL warranty card for every product so you wont be cheated easily.
about grounding i have replied in previous posts
when you are planning to upgrade ICE?
i plan for soon when i am clear of doubt because no big car audio dealer here/hyundai dealer is clear telling facts abt installation.i again thanks u and nick bhai for so much helping me.i cannot forget.
can i do installation without hi-low converter.i ask 2 audio shop(not reputed) and hyundai dealer they can fix hi-low converter or no,they r not confidant.
i am final now thinking of 4 x hertz ECX 165 and hertz HE 4 amplifier.
what all require in installation if i go without hi-low converter.no one i ask is confidant.
Originally Posted by nickandre
hertz has good sound quality and its cost is lesser then rockford. p.s there are fakes of rockford.
you will need one wiring kit for two channels and separately 2 rca and speaker wires
i dnt think you will need hi lo converter fro the hertz amp but will need a connector to attach the wires from the head unit to the amp
if you want hi lo converter it will be added behind the head unit and need 4 of it each costing 700-1000
for hertz HE 4 amp,i would hope not converter is required.
for each channel-one 2 channel wiring kit,2 rca and speaker wires ?
that means, 2x(2 channel wiring kit,2 rca and speaker wires) for amplify all 4 speaker?
i am sorry nick bhai for so many question.i am very new to car driving and 1st time car music system change.very confuse i am.one thing go wrong then again problem.