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February 6, 2013 Works perfetly in 2000 Miata.
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M from FL
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Item worked perfectly in 2000 Miata with bose system amplifer.

Adjustable output provided optimum sound quality with factory bose speakers.
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October 29, 2012 For 1999 Nissan Maxima
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Mario from Southaven, MS
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I would recommend this product for owners with a factory Bose system. Easy to install. I think it has a better sound after the install.
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July 31, 2012 Good
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Rick from Ny
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Easy to set up on head unit wire layout was easy to read and that's it you get wat u pay for
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March 23, 2012 Well Built and Easy to Use
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Mr Vivona from FL
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I needed a compact line out converter with balanced inputs and outputs, along with DC blocking. The Scosche OEA4 fit those requirements. It uses electrolytic coupling capacitors to block DC and balanced resistive attenuation circuits to drop the signal level. I measured the minimum attenuation at 13.5dB. From that level, a pot on each channel allows you to drop the level progressively to zero. I needed 20dB of attenuation and that was easy to get by adjusting the pots. The input impedance is around 500 ohms. I did not measure frequency response, but found no degradation of sound.

The OEA4 was well built and about the size of a deck of cards (but twice as thick) making it small enough to fit where I needed it to go. The wire leads were pre-stripped and tinned, making soldering easier. The wire colors followed the standard speaker color code.
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