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Connection how do i connect my amp to my bass box and car stereo

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There's no simple answer. You need to understand what you're doing so you don't create a fire hazard. Read through the following page. It should help. If you have specific questions, let me know.

Basic Car Audio Electronics

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It's always smart to disconnect your battery before installing accessories and if you put the effort in to properly terminate and support all your wires it will last much longer with less hiccups, try and use carpet along the edges of the floor to hide your wiring.
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