Question about Car Audio & Video
This plug configuration should be the same as the old autotek. The wires on the sides of the remote are the positive speaker wires. With the amp orientated so that the 3 wires are on top, the wire left of the remote on the amp plug should be the left positive. The one directly under it is the negative for that channel. The ones to the right are the right channel (negative on bottom again).
You can confirm left/right after you get the amp powered up. Drive signal into one RCA jack at a time and check for output on the corresponding speaker wires.
Posted on Apr 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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