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  1. fastroads

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    So what is the difference between the Axxess AX-DSP-FD2 harness and the For-11 CK harness?
     
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    The axxess harness is designed to plug into an axxess dsp. It has axxess’ proprietary plugs on it.

    The for-11ck harness is used when adding aftermarket equipment. It will provide signal to your dsp and amplifiers without having to modify, cut, or splice the factory harness.
     
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    Ok, good to know. I had seen a video on YouTube from an installer that used this particular harness to connect similar equipment.
     
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    Go to 4:45 this is the video I mentioned.


    and this one

     
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    Right. They are modifying a harness that was designed for a different application.
     
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    Saw that. Looks like unnecessary work.
     
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    The harness I build is literally plug and play using OEM factory plugs.
     

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