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PAC SNI35 Adjustable 2-Channel Line Out Converter

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  • Adjustable Line Output Converter
  • Use the SNI-35 when adding an amplifier to a factory radio to convert the radio's speaker level output to the lower amplifier (RCA) level input
  • Utilize Audio Transformer for Noise Isolation
  • Phase Adjusted
  • .5 dB Linearity from 20 - 20,000 Hz
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PAC SNI35 Adjustable 2-Channel Line Out Converter + BOSS Audio KIT2 8 Gauge Amplifier Installation Kit + BOSS Audio R1100M Riot 1100-watts Monoblock Class A/B 1 Channel 2-8 Ohm Stable Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Level Control
Price for all three: $76.89

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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandPAC
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions8.8 x 4 x 1.5 inches
Item model numberSNI35
Manufacturer Part NumberSNI35
  
Additional Information
ASINB001EAWS3W
Best Sellers Rank #331 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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Adjustable Line Output Converter


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Customer Reviews

I have a factory system with no RCA out.
Dads downtime
The instructions were clear and I had no problems with it at all.
Andrea Barber
I'd buy another one if a need ever comes again.
Mark Twain

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Keenan Kern on June 21, 2011
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Well, this little line converter was perfect for my project. I was installing a subwoofer and amplifier into my Blazer and I was still using the stock head unit. All I had to do was use wire taps to tap into the door speakers, then run speaker wire from the taps to the line converter, connect, crimp, and go. I didn't have to ground it, either. Just 4 simple connections which were clearly labeled in the papers that came with it. I then just connected the RCA cables from my amplifier to the line converter. I never bothered using the adjustable portion of it because I rather change the levels on my amplifier, so I just turned those up all the way, zip tied the converter to the floor, and went on listening to my awesome bumps.

Now though, I don't use the line converter anymore since I got a new head unit, however, I left it installed in my Blazer because it can be used as another line out so I could have another amplifier with some mid range speakers, or something else in that range of things.

Anyway, this product worked great, no problems with it, so 5 stars, definitely.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Farmer JJ on July 5, 2011
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I had tried several other line out converters in the past and would always run into alternator noise or other electrical interference. Someone suggest a PAC unit a long time ago and it worked like no other. Just hook to 4 speaker wires and it worked (AC delco factory radio) without the need to ground. Just purchased another unit for another vehicle and same excellent results again. Totally worth the few extra dollars to have a clean signal to feed your RCA cables.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By vdawg on May 3, 2012
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I have a home stereo/amplifier that has speaker-level A and B outputs and I wanted to use the B channel to send output to a separate amplifier with its own volume control to be able to control the output level separately for the speakers hooked to that separate amp. But the separate amp required line-level inputs which my home stereo has, but they only output the analog inputs. I have some digital audio input sources that I also wanted to send to the B channel, and only the speaker outputs would do that.

So I thought I could hook up this converter to the B channel speaker outputs and convert them to line-level output to feed my separate amp. It works, but for some reason the sound from the speakers hooked to the separate amp (B channel) kind of fades in and out. It seems like when source volume is low, they lose part of the audio, but when it's louder, then the speakers reproduce the entire sound properly.

When I feed my separate amp from another source's normal (built-in) line-level outputs, the amp/speakers sound great so I know it's not the amp or speakers. It may simply be that this device is not intended for this purpose or that's as good as it gets when trying to convert speaker to line-level output. I've read many reviews of this product used in car audio and people liked how it worked, so maybe it's the difference between car audio and home audio speaker outputs that makes the difference.

I'm not posting this review in particular to rate the product, but more to alert others who may want to use it as I have that it may not be well-suited for that purpose.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kane on February 10, 2012
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This is without a doubt the best way to add an amplifier to any car or truck and keep your factory car stereo. Which is awesome especially if you already have a premium sound system like bose, I've had several aftermarket head units and tried other interfaces with them and if you spend a lot of money the head unit might sound decent with your premium sound system, but your factory stereo will almost always sound better. This was very easy to install and there's a phone number on the instructions if you need any information installing it. And the sound quality is excellent. I had a $400.00 head unit and I tried 3 different interfaces to try to get the crystal clear sound I and have my subs as well and this is the only thing that has worked. AND IT WAS LESS THAN $20.00 SO DEFINITELY 5 STARS. And this will also work with aftermarket car stereos if you need an extra set of outputs.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard W. Harold on July 31, 2013
I first was considering the Infinity Basslink 200-Watt, Dual 10-Inch Powered Subwoofer System (Black), but all the bad reviews turned me off, so instead I bought the much higher rated and higher powered Pioneer TS-SWX251 10" Flat Subwoofer with Enclosure 800 Watts along the two Amazon recommended "Frequently Bought Together" items: Boss Audio R1100M Mosfet Monoblock Power Amplifier with Remote Subwoofer Level Control and the Boss KIT-2 Complete 8 Gauge Amplifier Installation Kit. I chose to have it professionally installed in my 2010 Honda Accord by the Best Buy Geek Squad Car Audio Installation Team for just $99. When I arrived for the appointment, they inspected the three items that I had, but said that one crucial item was missing for which they charged me an extra $20. The missing item was the PAC SNI35 Adjustable 2-Channel Line Out Converter for which Amazon charges only $12.15. So if you purchase this system be sure to include these THREE extra items. The installation took a little over two hours and the sound is terrific and you can't see any wires. I would highly recommend that you consider a professional installation, as the installation is VERY complicated. The installer told me to give the subwoofer a week or so to break-in and operate it initially at no more than medium volume. After the break-in period, he said it was OK to operate at a higher full volume. I am very pleased with this combination and I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting excellent sounding bass that actually vibrates the car at just medium volumes! I can't wait to hear it a full volume. This system is a MUCH BETTER choice than the Infinity Basslink system and the PAC SNI35 Adjustable 2-Channel Line Out Converter is a very critical, must have accessory for the proper installation of an amplifier and subwoofer.
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