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Sony amp xm-1652z what is the r.e.m. terminal next to the neg.& pos.on the amp. and I ran pos.&neg. cable from battery to amp to power on the amp ,but there was no power until I arched a wire from the pos.terminal to the r.e.m. terminal is this safe because the green light stays lite and the amp stays warm to the touch after the car is turned off. p.s. I got the amp given to me without papers or instructions. thanks Mark

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The r.e.m. terminal is the remote terminal. It needs a switched 12 volt source from your battery to turn the amp on. Depending on what kind of cd player you have there, should be a remote lead from the cd player. On most aftermarket cd players it is a blue wire. otherwise you can hook the remote up to an accesory lead that only turns on when the car turns on. If you need I can allaborate on that procedure more. I hope I could help.
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