Hello! I was given an Audiovox BA200 200 watt base tube recently and don't have a wire kit that fits the "input" port that looks like it fits a 6 prong piece. I am new to this and any descriptive information about this wire kit would be of great help!
Re: Wire kit for a Audiovox BA200 200 Watt base tube
There are 5 wires to connect to the BA-200 for proper operation.
1. Red Wire with Fuse: Connect this wire to a source of + 12 volts which does not turn off with the ignition
key. It may also be connected directly to the po~itive (+) terminal of the battery.
2. Black Wire: Secure this wire using a screw or bolt on a grounded metal surface of the vehicle. Clean-away
any rust, dirt, or paint from the surface to make sure a good connection is made.
3. Blue Wire: This wire activates the BA-200 when the stereo system is turned on. Connect it to the "Power
.Antenna" lead from your car stereo. If your car stereo does not have or you cannot locate the Power
Antenna lead, the blue wire can be connected to a source of + 12 volts which is turned on and off with the
ignition switch. In this case, the BA-200 will be activated whenever the ignition switch is turned on, whether
the car stereo is on or off.
4. Green Wire: Splice this wire to the wire going to the positive (+) terminal (sometimes indicated bya red
dot) of the left speaker of your stereo system.
5. G ray Wire: Splice this wire to the wire going to the positive ( + ) terminal (sometimes indicated bya red dot)
of the right speaker of your stereo system.
You Need to order this piece trough the manufacturer, with out this piece the sub is useless, i am guessing around $20-$30 for it
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There are a number of items you could use to cover (repair) the exposed wire. I agree the quickest repair would be to use electrical tape, everyone has it at home but I don't find it very durable. The easiest, most durable, waterproof, and coolest solution would be to use Bondic Bondic The World First Liquid Plastic Welder Not Glue
I found it the other week at my Redmond's Home Hardware store and I keep finding things to use it on. It has a precise applicator and the flow of material is very controlled so it allows for very tidy repairs.
You could also use liquid electrical tape, it's messier but it will stick better than regular electrical tape
First youll need an amp. Depending on what size the sub is a 500 watt rms amp can hold up to about a 300 watt kicker. If your looking for something bigger u can get a 1000 watt amp and hook up two 300 watt kickers. To hook up the amp youll need a car amp power cable, power control cable, speaker wire, amd a car amp ground wire. They usually sell kits that run aboyt 40 bucks. The power cable goes to the batter as well as the ground cable. The power control cable goes to the back of the head unit. (You will kost likely need a more modern headunit if urs is stock). Once this is done put the sub in the box (i recomend super glue because metal nails take away from the bass). Put the speaker wire to the speaker positive on left negative on right. Same with the amp. And now ur bumpin ;)
if problems with blinking lights, remove watt governor on inside of fan for the lights.its a black box,white to white wire and black to red wire. and wire it direct without watt governor or black box. this should fix the problem. the part # 98480-02 for watt governor. they installed watt governors on ceiling fans to reduce light wattage.
when in doubt go bigger, you might want to get a bigger amp down the road, so its better to not have to buy another wiring kit later.
and the bigger the wire the less line loss you will have so your amp will sound and perform better.
Me too. I went back to Home Depot. They gave to me the phone number for Hampton Bay - 1-877-527-0313. I will call them tomorrow after they open to see what the deal is. it looks to me like the JDE11 is a mini-candelabra base. The lady in the fans at Home Depot said that all of the light kits were changing to the smaller based halogen lights. BUT, you'd think that they'd carry the light bulbs that have to go in the light kits they sell!!!