Asked by Aug 24, 2008 at 01:38 AM

Question type: Car Customization

How do you wire amps to your speakers?

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you will require the following things: Suitable power cable to connect the battery to the amp Suitable earth cable to ground the amp (no longer than 90cm) Remote turn on cable connected the the radio amp turn on connection (blue wire). High quality RCA signal cable to connect the amp to the head unit (this ends the signal to the amp) A skilled / qualified installer to set the amp settings and correct positioning of the speakers. You can buy amp kits from £10 - £500 depening on the quality and performance you want. Try for quality local supply. They are in Lowestoft

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