Hi, Im new to this site. I hope i dnt cause any confusion by posting in the wrong section I have a Car Subwoofer equipped with its own amp, and i wanna hook it up to a home system. If i plug the wires directly into the speaker coming from my home amp, bypassing the amp on the speaker, i get extremely low volume. And i don't know where to hook up the Ground and Power wires coming from the speaker amp. Thanks a million
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Walmart or a Specialty Audio Shop would carry a basic wiring kit for your job at task. As for the additional amp, thats your personal preference. If the Toxic Tx-600 AMP is a 600w amp, then I would say that is decent unless you're looking to get tickets for sound violations.. if you live in a city.
Work the headlight switch round and round first. That's the dimming feature of the dash lights. Maybe they messed with it. Digital dashes have problems especially at that age of car. If nothing works see about a used one from a salvage yard