Question about Car Audio & Video
This is the same as a home speaker system, if installing an amp and sub you need to make sure you have a pre-out on your cd/tape/radio head unit. this will look like a red and white hole usally with l and r on it,
you will need to run a male phono to phono lead from the head unit to the amp, You will also need to run a fused live 12v from your battery to the amp live input (red wire) and a remote (usally blue) from your head unit to the amp (make sure you run the live ond remote on opisite sides of the car to the phonos as they can interfere with each other).
you also need to run an earth/ground to your amp, this must not be to long, i normaly just un srew a screw in the boot and connect it to that.
once this is done you can wire up your sub to the amp making sure to match - to - and + to plus.
hope this helps
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