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Is this the correct way to wire my set up? /\ /\?
Or is this the correct way? V V?
Another question, where dooes the power lead go (the wire which tells my amps that my deck is turned on?) Thanks for the help!
I think the second drawing is correct, but I'm not sure you need a cap at all, much less a 2F cap with only 650W RMS in the system.
There should be a remote turn-on terminal on each amp that you want a switched wire connected to.
2002 Ford Focus JVC KD-A815 Sony CDX-GT410u Sony XT-100HD HD Tuner Stock
speakers, no amp, no subs
Yeah, the cap was questionable, but I already have it and I may upgrade in the future to more powerful stuff, peak power on my system is only 1100Watts. I will have to look up what a "switched wire" is. So it sounds like I can use the cap as a distribution block then? I run 1 positve in to the cap, 2 positives out of the cap, and 1 negitive out of the cap to the chassis?
Nasdak:I will have to look up what a "switched wire" is.
A wire that is only hot when either the car or the radio is turned on. If you have an aftermarket HU, it likely has a remote turn-on wire, if not you might need to run a new wire off the fuse box to turn the amps on with the car.
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