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Re: sony xplod amp xm-1652z high level input connection
First off, if you're using RCA preamp connections from the head unit to the amp, you don't need to put anything into the high level input connector. But if your head unit doesn't have RCA preamp outputs, then connect the front left to the white (+) and white/black stripped (-) wires and the front right to the grey (+) and grey/black stripped (-) wires. There is no need to connect the rear speaker outputs of the head unit to the high level input of the amp.
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this is caused because the remote wire isnt unhooked. u either have to turn the remote wire off or connect the wires to the blue wires on the back o your radio for the light to turn off. that light WILL drain your battery fast!
You need a Volt Meter and an Ohm Meter. P = VI & I = V/r, so Power = (Volt^2)/Ohms .
You can get the ohms by hooking them up to the subwoofer input wires, and you get the volts by hooking up to the amp output terminals/wires. Although, amps will put out different voltages for different frequences, this should give you ballpark estimates.
The speaker level input is designed to accept the speaker level signal from a head unit. This is generally no more than 20 watts RMS. If you drive the inputs with more than 20 watts, you risk damaging the input circuits of the amp.
I believe that this model Sony amp includes High Level inputs. Those allow you to connect the normal speaker wires coming out of the factory stereo to the amp. If for some reason it doesn't include the inputs you can buy a high level to low lever converter that will give you rca from the factory unit.