Question about Kenwood SW-38HT Subwoofer
You can use a computer power supply to run this sub on your home stereo system. I've got my one of these out of my car temporarily and I've hooked it up to my system to give it a bit of extra boost while it's spare! Use the yellow 12v lines of the power supply to attach to the +12v inputs and the black ground wire for the -12v. Works a treat, and even when blasting it, the power supply I use (250W) doesn't even get hot.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
If you don't mind a large car battery (and battery charger) in your living room, it will work. Another option is to get a 12 VDC power supply, capable of sourcing 100 or more amps, but that would be too costly.
Posted on Jun 15, 2007
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