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How do icoonect high input, especially the ground wire

How do i connect the high input from the car stereo to the amp? cant figure out the ground.

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Hello admiralebail,
Here is the link to DHD's web site: www.dhdusa.com. Their web site does not show a download page or even a support function. Not even an email address. They do list their snail mail address and phone number, though. My recommendation is to call and see if they will send you the manual.
Hope this helps.

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