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Where is the additional subwoofer amp of the 2002 Bose

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Hi, I am trying to remove the MOST system of my 996 4S MY04 (equipped with Bose M680) to install an aftermarket double din (Kenwood DNX-5220BT) and so far I succeded.

Currently I have the front and rear speakers of the Bose system connected to the speaker outputs of the Kenwood. In the second step, I want to put an amplifier in between for a little more power and the subwoofer.

I could get hold of the amp and the additional subwoofer amp of the 2002 analogue Bose system, which should work with the original Bose speaker´s low impedances. Another advantage is the small size. The amplifier fits to the place, where my MOST amplifier was located.

But, where was this additional amplifier normally installed in a 4 wheel drive 996. I could use the standard brackets then!

Can anybody help, please???

Thanks, Thormann

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