Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depends on the type of car you have. Do you have a harness or are you going to splice all the wires? Does your car have a premium sound system? Are you going to run an amplifier now or later on in the future??
Posted on May 04, 2009
Yellow = +12V constant; Red = +12V switched; Black = ground; Blue-white = remote on; White/White-black = FL speaker; Grey/Grey-black = FR speaker; Green/Green-black = RL speaker; Violet/Violet-black = RR speaker.
--- hope that helps ya
Posted on May 21, 2009
usually the wires come with some labels at the end...just follow the labels. You might need to connect the memory wire to a constant 12v supply (not affected by ignition switch). Take note not to reverse the polarity of the speakers or else it would sound dull coz of the low freqs cancellation when wired wrongly. Caution: never reverse the supply polarities too! If you don't have rear speakers you can choose the front speaker connection instead. You might need to to adjust the fader later.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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