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How to connect a amp to a jvc kd-g331 head unit

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The JVC-G331 should have an auxilary output on the Back (red & White) run two Stereo RCA cables from this output to the input on the amplifier, then you're ready to go! ;)

Oh yeah, make sure and run the RCA's on the opposite side of the car as the power wire (most likely 4ga) or else you could hear interference.

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