: Odd question for 1989 Seville MP3 addon

11-15-06, 03:55 PM
Hey, I recently inherited an 89 seville, but I need to do something about the stereo. I'm aware that the Symphony Sound/Bose system has individual amps at each speaker, so to install an aftermarket system, they'd have to be replaced.

Here's what I'm wondering:

Is it possible to install an "Audio In" line that runs to the speakers? I'd like to keep the stock stereo installed for now (until I can save up for a really nice system), but I'd like to be able to plug in my MP3 player in the meantime, so that I don't have to rely on cassettes or FM radio.

Obviously, I could just buy a cassette adapter or an FM adapter, but I'd prefer to actually have a direct line to improve the sound quality a bit. Can it be done? Could you splice into the lines going to the speaker amps and then run a new line to an input jack?

Any help or ideas would be greatly appreciated.

11-15-06, 04:31 PM
buy the proper adapter and you can replace the hu and keep bose
no you cannot run it inline before the amps youd have to splice into way to much and the levels would be off and sound just as crappy as an fm modulator
no i dont know where to find this harness search the net
if you wanna stay cheap then stay cheap and buy a cassette deck adapter
you cant get good stuff with no budget