Question about Visonik VB212PKG Car Audio Amplifier
Well, basically... the 12v (+) power wire is fused and hooked to the battery and ran to the amplifier, then run an amp turn on wire from you radio its usually blue with a white stripe (if you have an after market radio) then run the rcas from the radio to the amp and finally tap the ground (usually and cleaned bare-metal on your car close to the amp).... if you give me some more info i can help u further... what is the make/model/yr of your car, what radio do you have, amp, sub, speakers, etc....?
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: car amp blows 12 volt wire fuse
the wire from your battery is blowing fuses? and you are using 20-30 A fuses? mine has a 100A fuse..look into getting new wire plus my wire is 4 gauge.., 1600 watts is too powerful for a 12 g wire and a 30 A fuse
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
The wires are not the case(I suppose). But you might want to move to 8 gauge(though 10 could be enough,but in Hi-Fi enough is never enough) , but 6 would be the real thing if it's 4x250W(sinus?) placed in the rear of a car(while the battery is in the front)than this is actually just a FAIR minimum. An upgrade to the battery's ground wire is to consider, too, must be thicker than the actual, so a 4-gauge I reckon?
But back to your question :) What fuse did it blow actually? Is it in the car's fuse box/ Is it inline on the wire between the battery and the amp?/ or is it the amp's own fuse(on the amp) ????
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
You can find the color codes for a 1999 Buick Regal here. There is no dedicated amp remote wire. Neither is there a power antenna wire.
You could use the 12V "switched lead (yellow) from the radio or any switched 12V lead directly from the vehicle fuse box. I'd wire it through a dash mounted toggle switch so as to be able to turn the amp on and off manually.
The Sony 2150GSX is a 2-channel amp with the speaker terminals on either side. You do not want to ground the subwoofer itself, only the ground terminal should be connected to bare metal on the vehicle chassis or body as close to the amp as possible. The ground wire does not need to be run to the negative battery terminal.
A ground on one of the speaker leads will probably cause the amp not to power up. A ground on a speaker wire usually activates the amps protection circuit, causing it to not operate until the fault is corrected.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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