Question about Pyle PLAM2300 Car Amp
Strip the ends of your huge wire and untwist the wires and the should form a few smaller wire bundles, keep as much wire together than will easily fit into the amp and clip the rest. MAKE SURE THE WIRE IS CLIPPED CLOSE. IF IT TOUCHES THE AMP IT WILL SHORT!
As for the terminal, clip the ring off the wire and unwind the wire just as before. When you look at it the wires should look like little fingers. (should be seperated into small bundles) wrap these around the bolt (or as much of it as you can while still leaving room for the bolt to screw back in)
and thats it!!!!! just make sure you clip any excess wires. dont want to blow that new unit.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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