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Kenwood kdc-1028 speaker wires are labeled but was wonderingwhat color was for the remote and the power. Also is it able to put a sub on without an amp?? maybe with the front and rear audio hook-ups??

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The remote is blue - the ignition wire12 volt is red - the battery line 12 volt is yellow

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