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Discussion in 'Leon Mk3 (2012-2020)' started by James_FRwagon, Oct 18, 2018.
why not? do they not like decent music?
Wow that’s impressive. Not sure I would get away with mine though... That adapter you linked to looks like it would do the trick, thanks.
Can I just ask, are the iso connections spurred off the quad lock so that you keep the full function of the original headunit speakers etc but have the option to connect in to the iso connectors for additional speakers feeds, ignition live etc?
So all I would really have to do is connect my sub feeds in to the iso connectors?
not sure how the ISO connectors are configured, I simply spliced into the wires so I can use the OEM head-unit with my after-market set up.
They do, but I need a usable boot, most of the time the boot floor is in the lower position.
That's why I designed it so the factory floor still fits in upper position..
Yeah can see from the photos, but I need it in the upper position. But I do fancy a sub again in the boot (had one in the 280 as part of Seat sound) but so little money and so many mods lol
I’ve recently started getting a dead battery so I’m pretty sure I’ve plugged my fuse in the wrong port, as when I open my car it fires the amp up straight away with no ignition, could you tell me where else I could plug the fuse as I use the cigarette lighter as I’ve converted it to a usb charging port lol... thanks
amp firing up when door open is normal, it should turn off after a few moments, this is just DC being picked up from radio as a door or boot is opened.
cigarette lighter should be active when ignition is on, this can be changed by moving fuse #40 so it's in line with other fuses, this makes it permanent live.