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harness for pioneer head unit

I need a convertor for a Pioneer premier 760mp head unit to toyota supra harness.. can anyone help out or tellme how much it costs?

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I need a convertor for a Pioneer premier 760mp head unit to toyota supra harness.. can anyone help out or tellme how much it costs?
get one from best buy, frys ect. they are usually around $10
or you can splice into the power wires and run your own speaker wires, which you will have to do anyways if youre using an amp
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do you have the Pioneer harness that comes with the radio?

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get one from best buy, frys ect. they are usually around $10
or you can splice into the power wires and run your own speaker wires, which you will have to do anyways if youre using an amp

no. you don't.

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no. you don't.
no you dont, what?
if you have an amp, yes you will have to run wires from the amp to the speakers. unless you arent using the amp for speakers and just subs.
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do you have the Pioneer harness that comes with the radio?
Bitch.. i thought you didnt work in car audio any more.. how much for the harness?

and yes i have the pioneer harness. this is a brand new unit in box.
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no you dont, what?
if you have an amp, yes you will have to run wires from the amp to the speakers. unless you arent using the amp for speakers and just subs.

well, most professional car audio shops will use an aftermarket harness, and use the power for the head unit, and run a 9 conductor wire back to the amp for the remote and speaker leads, that why there is no extra wiring, and it's easily reversible without cutting/adding/removing a bunch of stuff.

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