Question about Car Amplifiers
I got a passive subwoofer for my home system and my Yamaha receiver expects an active Sub, Now the only thing suits my budget is to use a car amp between my receiver and the Subwoofer but when I checked, there is no On/Off switch to the car amps. After a bit of research I found that REM input switches the amp on and off. I suppose instead of a car battery I can use a 12v AC to DC power adapter to power it using the wall 240v socket which will connect to the + and - terminals of the Amp but what should I connect to the REM terminal so that I can switch the Amp on/off?
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in Advance.
You should connect it to the 12v positive of the power supply, maybe install a switch in line between the amp and power supply.
Posted on May 17, 2008
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