Question about Pioneer GM-X334 Car Audio Amplifier
I don't know how to do it. I don't want to pull the radio out. Can I just tap into the rear speaker lines and hook the amp up to the battery in the rear of car?
Yeah thats fine
but to be honest it would be better to look in the back of the radio for rca jacks
but you can tap into the rear speakers wires
also connect the negative of the amp to a metal point on the car, not the negative of the battery
and the positive of the amp to the positive of the
also you need to find a remote wire (this is usually behind the radio)
so im guessing you will have to take out the radio
unless you add a switch from the postive of the battery to the remote jack of the amp
and manually turn on and off the amp while driving the car
but this runs the risk of leaving the amp on and draining the battery
so i suggest taking out the radio and using the wires behind it
Posted on May 29, 2010
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