Quite interesting...:nerd:If you want to add a subwoofer use this like I did.
Plugs directly into the back of the stock headunit. Ignore the fact that it says it doesn't work BOSE systems and the fact that it is not designed for 3rd Gen 6s. It works perfectly and made adding a subwoofer to my car extremely easy. Search Ebay or Amazon for a cheaper price, I got mine for about $35 shipped.
Uh... OK I thought it could be inferred from what I wrote, but I guess I could be clearer. I have a 2014 Mazda 6 Touring with Bose, despite what the webpage says, I purchased the device and used it in my own car to install a working subwoofer, which is why I recommended it.In no way at all would that be easier... And it is not for 3rd gens and not for bose audio? Why would you recommend this?
Yes it was extremely simple to add a subwoofer to the stock OEM head unit using this. Keep in mind I had never added a subwoofer to a car before. Just plug into the back of the head unit and plug the stock cable into the AOEM-MAZ2. (pass-through) Everything else works perfectly like steering wheel controls and the commander knob, adjusting the volume/bass/treble from the head unit affects the subwoofer volume/bass/treble too.Quite interesting...:nerd:
Does this module make adding a sub & amp essentially plug n play? I have been wanting to add a sub & amp but don't want to lose my oem stereo.