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Want to install amp using a 12v outlet in car, how do it do this?

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Don't! The amp will draw many more amps than what the 12V outlet (like a cigarette lighter) can handle. Most amps are wired directly to the battery (for the +12V) with a 30A or higher fuse (reference the owner's manual)

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How can I find a wiring diagram


Hi Bob

Not much info to go on??

Usually don't need one
12v DC to posative (red)
12v Ground to Chassis or body of Amp
Possibly an Ignition Key 12v to hold memory settings
2 Speaker Unit will have 4 wires - 2 to each speaker
one wire of each pair will have a stripe (say negative)
keep striped wire to same speaker terminals to keep the speakers in phase with each other (speaker cones travel in same direction or you get distortion)
4 Speaker Unit - same as above but either Front Pair or Rear Pair.

Get the Amp on a bench & test the unit with a couple of cheap temporary speakers.

Good Luck
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OK ! FIRST THINGS FIRST. DID U TEST THE AMP FIST. BEFORE U STARTED INSTALLING RCA CABLES,AND REMOTE WIRES. LETS DO THAT FIRST.GRAB YOUR AMP.SET IT ON YOU WORK BENCH ,TABLE,OR CHAIR.THEN GET (2)PIEACES OF #10 OR #12 WIRE W/1 OF THE WIRES HAVING A 20AMP FUSEABLE LINK ON IT.NOW THE WIRE W/THE FUSEABLE LINK ON IT.CONN THE REMOTE(REM) AND THE 12v + ON THE AMP AND HOOK THEM BOTH TOGETHER ON 1 SIDE OF THAT FUSEABLE LINK WIRE. AND THE OTHER WIRE HOOK IT UP THE - GROUND SIDE OF THE AMP .NOW PICK UP YOUR AMP OPEN UP YOUR HOOD.MAKING SURE THAT NO WIRES OR THE AMP IS TOUCHING THE + 12V OF THE BATTERY. NOW CONN YOUR GROUND TO GROUND AND THE FUSEABLE LINK ON THE +12v SIDE OF THE BATTERY.NOW THE AMP SHOULD HAVE CAME ON. LOOK 4 A SOLID RED LIGHT OR ANY SIGNS OF A SOLID LIGHT THAT HAD CAME ON.

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Hello youngbossrio,

Like other car audio capacitors, the Volfenhag zx-hypercap has two terminals, a positive and a negative. The negative terminal is connected to the metallic frame of the vehicle (ground). The positive terminal is connected "in-line" with the amp 12V positive terminal.

The capacitor should be as close as possible to the amp. Within a couple of feet is acceptable.

The capacitor needs to be "charged" before connecting it directly to 12V positive. This is done with a 1000 ohm resistor and a voltmeter. The exact value of the resistor is not critical but it should be in the 500-1000 ohm range. Use at least a 1 watt resistor (your capacitor may have come with a resistor for charging).

Hope this helps.

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My name is Noah. I have a Volfenhag zx 7150 2 channel amp, and I was wondering if I could use this amp to run my mids and highs. And if yes, how would I run the wiring?


Hello violentj_1_u,

Yes, the amp can be used to power normal speakers on 2 channels.

The best way to wire the amp to a stock receiver (head unit) is to use a pair of wiring harnesses, one the standard harness that plugs into the vehicle wiring, the other a "reverse" harness that plugs into the stock receiver.

First remove the plug from the receiver and plug in the "reverse" harness. Run the speaker leads from the reverse harness to your amp inputs or to a line output converter (LOC) and RCA's to the amp. Then run the amp speaker outputs to the standard harness speaker wires. Plug the original receiver plug into the standard harness and splice the remaining wires, 12V constant, 12V accessory, ground, illumination, etc, together. Connect the 12V switched wire to your amp remote terminal.

Hope this helps.

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I got a stock ford JBL amp with no wiring diagram i need to know what wires are what i have tryed to test for the power wirer but no luck.


ok on most amps there are two sets of wire ports one for speakers & one for +12v,grd & 12v remote start if you look over each port it will say what port is for what wire if it is in a connector it gets slightly more complecated what you do is with a vm check from wire to chassis ground [like seat bolts] 12v with key off when you cet power isolate wire then turn key on till radio comes on then do the same test for 12v isolate that will be remote start then turn key off &check from the first wire to other wire for ground to find speaker wires connect a regular peace of wire to chassis grd & touch the wires you will here the speaker pop be sure not to hold the wire on long cause it will blow the speaker

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arcanum,

good day bro, from your Pioneer amp supply line do you also see a terminal marked as " System controller" ? did you also supply 12V DC to this terminal?

the standard power configuration for Pioneer Car amps would be:

12V Dc (+) supply / ( - ) supply ground / System Controller ( supplied by +12V DC)

12V ( + ) supply and The ( - ) supply ground is for stand by power, once you connect the supply through this terminal you will now have the stand by power but will not power on the unit even the LED power indicator.

System controller terminal, this should be supplied by ( + ) 12V line to power up the amp. this serves as the ON/OFF switch for the amp.

cheers,
mark

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http://www.pac-audio.com/instructions/C2A-GM24.pdf

Sounds like you have the Remote turn on hooked to constant 12V instead of a switched power.
The Blue/White wire off the module should go directly to the amplifier remote terminal.
If this has a constant 12V when the key is off, the module is defective and needs to be repaired/returned.

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Both power and ground connections must be used for proper operation. Connect 4AWG wire from both +12V connections to a fuse block with a 250A inline fuse, which will then connect to the battery. Ground both ground connections to a good, close point on the chassis.

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