Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Pretty straight foward. You need to connect power via a heavey duty cable direct from the battery to 12v terminal. Fit a fuse in line at the battery the same value as that on the amp(30a is good). Ground(chassis of the vehicle to the earth/ground connection. The remote terminal on the amp connects to your head unit to turn the amp on and off when you turn the stereo on and off. . You will need to supply signal via rca sockets to the amp also, these then connect to rca connectors that can be found at the back of your head unit.
Dont forget to disconnect the battery when doing 12 volt wiring on your car. If you wanted to get up to speed with installing car electronics, check out this site. It may help you get up to speed.
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