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Illuminating the sub

Hi i have a Hifonics Brutus 12 in sub and i hooked it up really easily. But my problem is where do you hook the wires up to make the sub illuminate?

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  • ficky91 Apr 24, 2009

    it wouldnt short it out or anything?

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I would assume hooking it to the remote and ground of the amp

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