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Old 11-03-2015, 04:17 AM   #1
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Bose amplifier board, broken

This is the stock amp that I cut at the plug end to use the plug.

This amp worked when I cut it. Its just parts now. You pay shipping and its yours!
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Old 11-03-2015, 04:37 AM   #2
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I guess you ended up modifying a Bose amp for your stereo upgrade? I'm not a big stereo guy anymore and I'm satisfied with the factory Bose system. That being said, I'm still interested in seeing what you did and why. I always love when people do something away from the norm.
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I guess you ended up modifying a Bose amp for your stereo upgrade? I'm not a big stereo guy anymore and I'm satisfied with the factory Bose system. That being said, I'm still interested in seeing what you did and why. I always love when people do something away from the norm.
Yes, I used the OEM plug to interface a signal processor, and the speaker wires.
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