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I WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD HOOK UP THIS AMP WITH A HOUSE STERIO?

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Sorry, its not feasible, your home stereo and speakers are on AC power while your car amp runs off of DC power.

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red= accessories power on
yellow= power always on memmory
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blue white= amp switch this goes to amp
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