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ADF-243 Amp Recieved amp with a car at auction. Need to know how to wire it up. I understand the + - and remote wire. Dont understand the rca or speaker hook ups and what the switches are for.

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What you need to do, is also run the rca cable from the back of the deck to the amp. The speakers are already powered by the deck. You can then hook up your subwoofers. The switches are for your own taste.. you adjust them as you go.

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I wanna put it into my car myself but dont know how and was hoping for a lil instruction


you will need a amp install kit witch comes with a 15 ft patch cable power line for amp and a blue line for remote. these wires run from the radio to the amp. The blue wire is called remote it turns the amp on or off depending on the radio state. the patch cable is rca jacks on both ends the back of the radio should have the female part of the rca jacks hanging from it. The other end goes into the amp. and last but not least the heavy red wire will go from the battery to the amp usually there is a fuse holder that you need to put between the battery and the amp. As far as grounding just ground the amps negative to the car chasis some where.

Good Luck Hope this helps

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How to add amp


If you have all wires to connect your amp.

1st dissconnect your ground on your battery.
2nd connect live to your battery and poke it through the firewall into your car and run it down the door sill of your car to the boot.
3rd. reconnect your ground to your battery.
4th. Connect RCA Cables to back of your head unit inc the remote (thin wire with RCA) The remote needs connecting to a blue and white wire in the connector blocks for your stereo.
5th. Run RCA cables down the opposite side to where the live is running (live on left RCA on right)
6th. You need to sand down spot in your boot of your car, paint and rust free for your ground wire for your amp.
7th Connect ground to a metal screw or bolt nd tighen it to your spot you have sanded. (may need to drill hole)
8th. 1st connect ground to your amp. then live, then remote, then speaker wires.
If you need any further info or have any problems let me know and I'll troubleshoot for you.

Hope this helps you to fit your amp..

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My amp turns on but stay in protect mode


check your wiring, is it properly grounded? is your remote positive wired to your ignition's positive line?

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I have checked all connections to my amp battery,head unit,remote or trigger wire,fuses,power cable,rca leads,ground wire,amp has a green led light on it indicating if it works ok,red if it`s not,light...


Your amp could be in protection mode! Sometimes turning up to high or wires touching will put in protection mode! It will have to be unplugged for a day or two to drain all power out of the memory. Leave accessorie/ignition wire hooked up, just not power and ground wiring. It should reset itself.

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I dont know how to setup my amplifier to MP3 Stereo...


Just like any other stereo. Get a wire harness for your car and match the wire colors together, tape them or cap them, or best yet soder them. Then run rca cables from the output in the back of the stereo to the amp. The run a remote wire (bue with white stripe) from the stereo to the amp remote terminal. Hook up the amp normal. let me know.

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My amp


4 CHANNEL-1100w MAX
HIGH ENDURANCE SLIM AMPLIFIER
4 CHANNEL [2 OHM] 110W x 4
4 CHANNEL [4 OHM] 80W x 4
2 CHANNEL MONO [4 OHM] 220W x 2
2 OHM LOAD CAPACITY
VARIABLE LOW [40-250Hz] PASS FILTER
VARIABLE HIGH [40-250Hz] PASS FILTER
BASS BOOST
RCA PRE-AMP LINE OUT
SPEAKER LEVEL INPUT

http://www.bcae1.com/repairbasicsforbcae1/repairbasics.htm
This is a really good site to learn about repairing amps and anything else you want to know about car audio. Are you wanting to replace the board or looking for someone to repair your amp.?

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thats a car dvd player right what u would do is to take the back of the unit and look for the female ends of rca's on the unit that they will say rear out put hook them up and run them to the amp and i dont get what u mean about the remote wire but let me no if that helps

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System Remote Control Wire.


Wal Mart generally has 4g wiring kits for ~$40. Some of the kits contain everything you'll need to install your amp (including RCA cables, fuses and fuse holders).

If you want to understand more about car audio installation, read through the following site:

bcae1.com

Read the following pages specifically:
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connect your remote turn on and your problem will be solved

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