I have 2 fosgate p3 10 inch subs 4ohm, 2 infinity kappa 693. When I switch it to 2 channel it sounds cleaner if that makes sense? Always keep in mind the position of your battery in the engine bay and make the most direct path to it with the main power wire. You should still be able to hear the distortion through the attenuated hearing protection. The one that shows continuity is your ground, and you can move on. I will also be purchasing a 4 channel amp to power them.
You can find the correct harness and instructions at www. Setting the amp gains will be challenging. Their toll-free number is on your invoice. I plan on getting the kicker q's door speakers in components and coaxial already have the kicker q 12inch sub. How to Install a Car Amp Installing car audio amplifiers is one of the trickiest things a newbie car audio installer can attempt. Be sure you order an output converter designed specifically for your year, make and model vehicle.
It's a good idea to upgrade it to a four-gauge power lead from the alternator to the battery so as not to restrict the potential power from the alternator. For safety reasons disconnect the battery's negative wire from its post. For the amps' remote turn-on, use any 12-volt connection in the fuse box that only comes on when the car's turned on. Use electrical tape, wire ties and tubing to conceal your work. Checked over everything wiring , ground I'm not losing any volts14. Connect the remote turn-on wire to your amplifier using an appropriate connector such as a ring terminal. So the head unit is is driving the 4 polk speakers.
This only means there will be more wires coming back to the head unit. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this Video and the information presented within it. If anything isn't operating, double-check the wiring on the back of the head unit and on each speaker or amp. To create this article, 54 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. An online search should get you in touch with a car audio dealership that can deliver to your territory. A common place to fit an amp is in the trunk or luggage compartment of your car. I can hear calls through the speakers and talk using the supplied microphone.
However, if the runs from the distro block to the amps are short, under 4 feet, then you could use 8-gauge wire for both amps. It's also a good idea to double check from the inside of the vehicle to make sure that your grommet is in the proper location. You may want to use needle-nose pliers to grip the edge of the stereo and help you pull it out. I think I probably just join the yellow and red together but someone once told me that wiring up a car stereo the wrong way can instantly destroy the thing so I think I'll wait a day or so and see what advice I get. Pry tools are specifically for this purpose and will not damage the trim pieces. Typically, if you have a wiring harness, this connection will be made when you connect the new stereo harnesses to the harnesses in the car.
If there is no ground wire, you can secure the ground cable to bare metal in the body of the car to serve as a ground. I mean theoriatically when running distribution block, then to mono amp n cap it will still be connected to both amps. If the speaker moves outward, then the wire on the positive terminal of the battery is positive. Make sure that you're confident that once you pull apart your dashboard you'll be able to fit it back together. Ensure all power sources are disconnected before modifying or cutting any wires.
Depending on the type of car that you have, the process of removing the stereo from the dash can vary. Disconnect the positive battery terminal before commencing any work. Check out , which describes how to use a 9-conductor speaker cable turn-on lead included to connect your amplifier's outputs to your speakers via the vehicle harness behind the receiver. Know what you have, where each piece is going to go, and what extra tools it will take to connect everything. And if you have the room, you can definitely run two power cables from the battery to your two amplifiers. I'm noticing the powered sub is hitting too hard in 4 channel.
It will also limit the voltage loss at the amplifier. You will need to follow a process similar to that of the power wire steps 8 and 9. You will need to test at the fuse box, cigarette lighter or ignition harness. Ideally the speaker wire will be connected to the old speakers with a metal clip that can then slide right on to your new ones. In case you have a problem later on it will be easier to pull that out than trying to remember! After college, I joined a rock 'n roll band as the soundman and learned how to lug around and operate the gear that helps make music sound good and loud. Part of choosing this is that the thick black ground cable negative needs to have a place to connect to the metal frame of your car. For example, if your maximum current draw is 50 amps then you'll need a 50 amp fuse.