Question about Car Audio & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WHAT U WANT TO DO IS GO TO A LIKE BESTBUY OR CIRCUIT CITY, AND ASK THEM FORM A RCA CONVERTER, THEM SHOULD HAVE WHAT YOUR LOOKING FOR, THEY CAN ALSO RUN ANYWHERE FROM $10-20.
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
It looks like the S-video you need one end to be male and the other is female end.The high quality the S-video wire the better the sound.Make sure you get a long enough cord. Take it with you to radio shack or and car audio or home audio find the female end of the S-Video and it should plug in perfect.Wire it up and enjoy some tunes
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
The Jensen XS1010 is a 4-ohm sub and should work properly off of the outputs of most any single channel monoblock sub amp or off a bridged 2-channel. You did not say what brand or type of amp you intend to use, but in any case, there's only 2 wires to connect to the sub, one positive (+) , the other negative (-). Simply match them up with the positive and negative on the amp speaker output and you are ready to bump.
Here's the link to Jensen's website:
I'd recommend downloading the XS1010 manual. They recommend an enclosure with at least .75 CuFt internal volume.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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