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High wattage car stereo

I have 2 extremely high wattage amps that were very expensive.they are made by kicker,one is a 650.4 4 channel anp and the other is a 1200.1 1 channel.i also have a extra battery and a capacitor.Ive hooked up low wattage systems before that didnt need a extra batterey or a capacitor.I have 4 61/2" mids and a set of 2" dome tweets all hooked up to the 4 channel amp using 1 gauge wire and it is straight off of my batterey and it sounds great.I made it to where i had an extra channel so i hooked my subs(wich are 2 kicker solo comp 12"subs) just to get a little deep bass.I guess my question is how do i hook up the rest of the system,as in unhooking the subs from the 4 channel amp and hook it back up right.Where should i mount the spare bettery and will i need anything extra like another capacitor or something?how do i go about wiring the capacitor to the amp...do i hit the amp or capacitor first?is it ok to ground it where my 4 channel amp is grounded?can i pig tail off of the remote to the 4 channel amp and does the capacitor get a remote wire?i payed alot of money for this equipment and dont want to fry it so if you can help me out id appreciate it,and one more thing if there is any certain order i need to do this in please let me know and also tell me howto seperate and run the positive and negative coming off my back up batterey

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Positive (1 guage) from main battery to second battery positive terminal. hook all amps positive to second battery and hook 2nd battery ground to frame of car (where amp is now grounded) if you have a 2nd battery a cap is a waste of money. make sure all grounds (battery and amps) are together on same ground point of car, do not ground amps to battery - ground everything to 1 spot on the frame or body of the car ! - yes you can pigtail remote leads.

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