i am on my way to figuring this one out myself. im using this in car audio terms though. it converts the regular speaker wires, like the ones that come out of the back of a car stereo head unit, into rca cables, so you can plug them into an amp. rca cables are the ones that look like xbox or playstation video cables, except its only audio
It converts the output from your car radio to a lower level so the inputs to your amplifier aren't overloaded.
With a line output converter. Converts high level speaker outputs to low level line (RCA) inputs. Raptor install accessories part #LOCA25.
due to fact there are no rca outputs you must purchase a line level converter, which has RCA type jacks.
yes you can you will have to use an line out converter or l.o.c. it converts high level signal into low level signal so you can have rca inputs for the amp
Yes but u will need a line level converter if not a sound processor
Converter relief valve ensures high line pressure does not flood/overrun the solenoid.
Well, first of all the torque converter has two slots that will need to line up exactly with input shaft. However, the inner splines that are connected to the torque converter should be lined up with the splines of the torque converter of the input shaft.
in line on the exhaust system before the muffler
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No. Not unless you have a video editing program that has a converter integrated into the program.
The straight level line is said to be horizontal.