The Amp Pro has its own remote turn on lead. Using the amp pro will move the warning chimes to your external amp and allow them to play through your new system.Sorry about the double post...fixed it. Got the adapters for 6.5 and 3.5 doors and 6.5 for the rear deck. My plan is to install the tweeter just like the OP did, in the upper rear corners.
Another question...with the APH-FD01 wiring adapter harness, to delete the center, I just clip those wires (Pin 8/16)? Or is this needed for OEM chimes? Looking at the AP4 Notes...this one has me wondering:
"If your chimes played through the factory speakers, and all speakers have been disconnected from the factory amp, all chimes will then play through the speaker in the dash."
I'm also installing the PAC AP4-FD21. Will that have the remote turn-on lead for the amps? I see it in the wiring diagram...just want to double check. What voltage should I start with...5v? Is the 4v setting in case there's a hum?
Last question...the Non-fading level control knob, is that for Bass levels? Any idea if the interface is the same for the Audio Control LC2 Pro?
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Why are you using an LOC? You don’t need it at all when using the Amp Pro. The amp pro pulls a flat, unattenuated signal from the head unit which is the best you can get from Sync 3.
As for the rear tweeters, you’re better off mounting them with the speakers as you won’t really hear them when tuned correctly. The closer the tweeters are to the midrange the better your staging will be.
Since you have to pull the dash to install the AP4 you should just unplug the center channel saving you cutting any wires.
Finally, the voltage inputs will be determined by the amp you use. 4v will typically have a lower noise floor but if your amp accepts 5v inputs I’d start there. It’s easily switched in the amp pro.