About the Wāvtech linkLD
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Wāvtech's line driver/output converters feature speaker-level inputs with load resistors built-in, so the factory stereo won't shut down when it senses that no speakers are connected. But sometimes, like in a lot of newer Chrysler-made vehicles, that resistance is too high and the factory stereo doesn't like that either. The solution is Wavtech's linkLD cable, which plugs into the line output converter's speaker-level input terminal assembly, providing the new wiring terminals necessary for the installation, and satisfying the factory radio so it will play on.
- plug-in load resistors for a Wāvtech device
- parallel connections provide lower resistance for factory stereo load-sensing
- enables factory radio to operate with a new amp in many newer Chrysler-made vehicles
- two 45-ohm resistors
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # LINKLD
What's in the box:
- 2-Channel load resistors with Phoenix terminals connected
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More details on the Wāvtech linkLD
Overview: The linkLD lowers the input impedance the factory radio sees when connected to the speaker level inputs on one of the Wāvtech line output converters. Some modern factory radios feature protection circuits that mute the audio output when the factory speakers are removed. The linkLD is designed to simulate the factory speakers still connected. The linkLD adds a 45Ω impedance in parallel to the LOC's speaker level input (typically 180Ω), presenting a 36Ω load.
Connection: The Phoenix terminal attached to the output side of the linkLD plugs directly into the speaker level input of any of the compatible Wāvtech line output converters (LOC). The Phoenix terminal removed from the LOC is then plugged into the input side of the linkLD.