Hook up car subs in house
Hi, Just thought I would say thanks for the tutorial. Then depending on the amp you'll need to supply a small amount of voltage to the amps' blue remote power-on wire.
Amp and headunit steps Only the amp steps Only the headunit steps 3, You want a powerful PSU for this, the amps are important, the bigger the better really, from a reputable brand preferably. Read your battery look for its CCA Cold cranking amps Amp power wires are so big because the distance from the battery to your amp, would overheat a smaller wire due to the resistance of the wire and the load your amp hook up car subs in house at a distance.
So the Amp jus kept on Clicking out, for a second, then again and again Loosen the terminals of the inverter. This problemcan be easily solved by using the speaker level inputs on your car amplifier.
If you're running two subs from one amp, hook each up separately. Is the first power supply enough, or should I use the ps3 power supply for the head unit and a old pc supply I have?
I've been looking at plate amplifiers for my home subs that I'm splicing from 2 receivers into one unit.
The best solution i found was to use a fork wire terminal for two reasons. If you've got a car amplifier you'd like to use in your home, there's one major obstacle to overcome: Wed May 23, 3: Here's where whether you're using a headunit or not comes into play, I advise everyone to do this step as a test or as a completing step.
Make sure the inverter can produce a volt DC output at the specified amperage rating. My Multimeters dead atm so I can't.
Any other questions please feel free to ask. DJENov 25, The first is that we need 12v and not v, if this was the only problem it wouldn't too hard to solve.
It just doesn't add up to me, why you would be able to use an 18awg wire in your house and then have to use something like a 4awg wire in your car.