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Has anyone figured out the wiring for the rumion subwoofer?

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should be the same as any other sub.

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this is what i'm looking at on the rumion sub. i have the oem t-connector harness for the bazooka sub and the wires are labeled which is a plus. but the connector and wire colors matchup. i need to figure out how to get the sub and the tweeter to work with the sns.




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Id say don't bother using the bazooka sub hookup, just wire it like a regular sub. the sns should have RCAs, at least I would think it would.

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i read once somewhere where they actually used the same as the front door.... they just bridged off it... but not sure if that would be a good thing.
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it seems to be a similar setup as the door speakers. the amp would just boost the lows and mids. would i need a crossover to make it work that way?

i assume the crossover is built into that amp. the tweeter has what seems to a resistor/capacitor on the input terminals; that could be the crossover.

if i used the RCAs, i would need a separate amp, right?

no one has a schematic pinout diagram of that sub connector?

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Ive never seen anyone install it cause it's too expensive and from what Ive heard sounds like crap, but Id recommend running an amp for the tweeter, or just connecting it directly to the speakers, and running a separate amp for the sub. This will give it the best sound.

EvilCalvin might be able to help you out here too, he's an audiophile to the max.

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thanks phobic. i'll pm the evilcalvin.

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I decided to upgrade the speakers since when it came in the mid range was damaged.
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