Question about Car Audio & Video
I need to know how many amps does this car deck need to operate from a power converter
A six (6) ampere capable power converter should do just fine for most current in-dash receivers. This would hold true only if the car stereo is not one of those that pushes high wattage in its audio output.
If I may add, converters have been known to introduce 60cycle hum into the audio, perhaps you might be better off with a regulated power supply.
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