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I JUST GOT A BOSS AVA-1204 WHICH WIRES DO I HOOK UP TO THE HIGH INPUTS YELLOW AND ORANGE

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SOURCE: wiring diagram for BOSS AVA 1209 equalizer. It

Your wiring is as follow's :

The Red wire is your (+) Positive that connect's to the power source
The Black wire is your (-) Negative that connect's to the ground
The Orange wire is your Auxillary (+) that turn's on Amplifier's or Power Ant.

You should have a Green wire, a Green wire with a White stripe,a Gray wire, and a Gray wire with White stripe

The Green wire is the LEFT channel input (+)
The Green/White wire is the LEFT channel input (-)
The Gray wire is the RIGHT channel input (+)
The Gray/White wire is the RIGHT channe (-)

(BE SURE THAT YOU CONNECT THE RED (+) AND BLACK(-) WIRES BEFORE YOU CONNECT THE ORANGE WIRE TO AN AUX SOURCE OR YOU WILL BLOW THE INTERNAL FUSE !!!)


PS. I have no idea where that White wire you mentioned goes.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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Your wiring is as follow's :

The Red wire is your (+) Positive that connect's to the power source
The Black wire is your (-) Negative that connect's to the ground
The Orange wire is your Auxillary (+) that turn's on Amplifier's or Power Ant.

You should have a Green wire, a Green wire with a White stripe,a Gray wire, and a Gray wire with White stripe

The Green wire is the LEFT channel input (+)
The Green/White wire is the LEFT channel input (-)
The Gray wire is the RIGHT channel input (+)
The Gray/White wire is the RIGHT channe (-)

(BE SURE THAT YOU CONNECT THE RED (+) AND BLACK(-) WIRES BEFORE YOU CONNECT THE ORANGE WIRE TO AN AUX SOURCE OR YOU WILL BLOW THE INTERNAL FUSE !!!)


PS. I have no idea where that White wire you mentioned goes.

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