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Stock amplifier bypass schematic ...

Alright let's get to the bottom of this. Just want to communicate that I'm grateful for the feedback given thus far. I've been asking for any help I can get on the specific details of what to tap into and continue to appreciate anyone's willingness to share specifics on the wiring.

So here's a diagram I found that's free from Acura EWD.

In the following picture what I'm reading is the pre amplifier connector (the connector running directly from the stereo to the stock amp) only has 2 pairs of speaker wires total ... Front Right +- and Front Left+-. That's it. Am I correct to say that these 4 wires are all I need to tap into and feed into a processor such as the AudioControl LC7i? They are (4, 18) & (5, 19).



Question #1: Am I correct to say that these 4 wires are all I need to tap into and feed into a processor such as the AudioControl LC7i? They are (4, 18) & (5, 19).

Question #2: How do you keep factory stereo's front rear fade if you only have the front channels from question #1 running to the processor? Or am I missing something
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Ok I think I figured it out. There are multiple diagram options at this link

2015 TLX EWD

The pre amp wiring is listed as "Not Used" in some of them. Those "Not Used" wires are actually used and are the pre amp wires. I don't have the navigation system but I selected it anyway ... lo and behold.



Figured it doesn't make any sense to have only 2 pre amp wires...

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