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How can i get hold of a manual for this amp?i want to fix it in my car,but i am a little clueless!! pete

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There doesn't seem to be a manual online anywhere - have searched a lot, best i can come up with is contact legacy; http://www.legacycaraudio.com/contact.asp They don't sell the 430 any more, although it is listed on their site so they may be able to help. There are manuals for several similar models on the site, which may help with connections etc. Hope this helps, post again if you need more :)

Posted on Mar 20, 2007

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