That's correct, the AOEM-NIS2 plugs in-line with the factory audio system so it offers a parallel path out of the HU. From the AOEM-NIS2 unit you would go into an amplifier of your choice, leading to speakers of your choice. It is completely independent of the existing factory stuff. I have this in my system - it's a very clean solution.jatavafx35 said:Witn the PAC, looks like you can connect any amps and speakers you want to the RCA jacks. Just run new speaker wiring to all the speaker locations
Near the H/U. If you plan on changing the speakers upfront and running them off an aftermarket amp, then you should run new speaker wires anyway (like I did). Even so, I still think its a cleaner solution.jatavafx35 said:I was debating on waiting for the JL Cleansweep or getting the PAC unit. I guess I'll go with the PAC because it offers a much cleaner solution. With the JL unit, it looks like you have to tap into your speaker lines and run cable everywhere. ShadyJC, a few questions for you:
Where do you plug in the PAC unit?
Do you loose sound to all the factory speakers once you install it?
What do you unplug to plug in this unit?(What do you loose)
Factory: HU ----------- AMP ----------- Speakers
With PAC: HU ----PAC---- AMP ------------ Speakers | L--- NEW AMP ------- NEW SPEAKERS
Hold up - Tay - you are talking about something completely different...contaygious said:check out shadys install in the HOW TO section for the pac, I did it too and have some pics in my link below.
Wait hold up, you are telling me that I can hook up amps, speakers, subs, etc. through the PAC? I did not even know that...
Wait, but whatever you do only applies to the SAT channel that the Pac uses right? what about cd player, radio, etc...
I don't know how adventurous you are but the AAI-NIS is easy to install, it can be totally DIY, there is a write-up on this forum with pics.jatavafx35 said:Thanks for clearing that up ShadyJC. Looks like I'm getting both the PAC AAI-NIS(for Ipod) and the PAC AOEM-NIS2(for amp and speaker upgrades).