Which amps you should choose for your setup and how to get the tones you want people tend to prioritize guitars and a bunch of pedals and forget the importance of a good sounding amp choosing the right amp for your setup is crucial for getting the tones you want from your guitar and pedals. 7 if you will be using a car battery to power your stereo, attach a battery terminal to the end of each power wire strip about 1/2 inch of insulation from the unattached end of one electrical wire used in step 5 above, then insert the exposed wire into the wire opening on a battery terminal. You can wire two amplifiers, or even multiple amps, in one car audio system, but it takes some extra planning the main factors that you need to consider when you wire in two or more amps are how you will deal with the power cable, grounding each amp, and whether or not the remote turn-on signal from your head unit is strong enough to split between multiple amps. How to install a car amp installing car audio amplifiers is one of the trickiest things a newbie car audio installer can attempt car amp installation requires that all sorts of panels be removed and that various wires be run all over the car.
In general , you’ll need a channel for each speaker that you want to amplifyhowever , if you’re adding a subwoofer to your system , a mono-block amp will do just fine multi-channel amplifiers tend to be more versatilea 2-channel amp for instance could be used to power two subwoofers , two speakers , or you can bridge it to power a single. Most 12 volt relays can supply up to 30 amps of current which is more than enough for all your turn on circuits this prevents your head unit from trying to deliver too much current which can burn out the turn on circuitry in the head unit. You will also want to leave enough room around the sides of the amp to connect wiring and make adjustments for boost, crossover, and other factors typical amplifier mounting locations include under the passenger side dash, under a seat, or in the trunk or hatch area there are pro's and con's to each choice.
You'll have to hook them up parallel to each other electronically it would be easier with just one amp, unless you are doing the bass with one and the rest of the frequency spectrum with the. Best answer: alright there is the audio connectors on the back of the radio run those to the one side on the amp and if you amp supports another amp then there will be the same connectors the red and white on the other side of them amp do the same thing to another amp simple. Yes you would wire it this way because the switch turns the amp on the remote wire for the car has the same purpose( putting 12 volts into the remote as well as the +12 slot) and if you want to just use your mp3 player all u need to hook that up is an audio plug to aux cable.
Bridging amps is a common process in car stereo systems, as it allows for increasing the amp’s power output for example, a 2-channel amplifier rated for 75 watts rms per channel at 4 ohms may be able to put out as much as 200 watts at 4 ohms into one channel when bridged, which can be very convenient for powering a subwoofer. If you're going to power two amps you need a distro block for the power but not the ground since you'll just ground the amp wherever it is on your car if you only have two amps you could have your deck power the remote leads, but you could also use a relay. Make certain you have cable enough to handle the current capacity of your alternator (200 amps, i recommend nothing smaller than a number 2, and make certain you use the same gauge for both batteries ground wires, as well) and make certain you have two fuses between the batteries, one at each end, and each within 18 inches of the positive posts.
For example, you have a freezer with a continuous load of 4 amps, and a start up load of 12 amps: 4 amps x 120 volts = 480 watts continuous 12 amps x 120 volts = 1440 watts starting load you would need an inverter with peak-surge rating greater than 1440 watts. Solid-state amps: most solid-state amplifiers would rather look at an open circuit (no speaker at all) than a load therefore, you can usually use a load that is higher than the recommended load do not use a lower impedance load, as this could cause serious damage to your ss amp. Best thing to do is for power wire is connect each amp with a separate power using a distribution block, which is essentially a casing that allows one wire to supply power to multiple wires (one wire from the battery goes in and three wires can come out.
Then connect it to the wire that you ran to the battery step 8: remove the nut from the positive battery cable end clamp bolt install the eyelet and tighten the nut back into place. Com to hook up with no rca to the amp, by alex porter a power and car body in one to 300 amps don't have the remote wire it is 350 watts calling all positive wires together we will want to reach a 200 watt 2-channel amplifier and. Now if you want one sup per amp, then simply hook up the subs to the amp as you normally would a y adaptor for your patch cords should do it for splitting the signal to your two amps this website should help you out some more. If you want to add some extra juice to run your performance audio equipment, you have two basic options the first option is to ditch your original equipment manufacturer (oem) battery for the biggest, highest capacity battery that will fit in the available space this is the easiest solution, and it’s typically good enough for most situations.
First and foremost, disconnect the negative battery cable from your battery if not you run the risk of blowing your amp turn all the knobs on your amps all the way down and turn your radio down. If there is no hole in your fire wall and you have to drill, make sure to avoid any of your car's vital components next connect the amp to the head unit's preouts (rca inputs) located on the back.
I have 2 amps (both 2 channels) one is 300w max and one is 800w max i want to hook two 6x9s on the 300w amp and on the 800w amp, some subs the 300w amp has speaker level inputs and rca inputs (one pair) while the 800w amp has only rca inputs (one pair. If you wire your subs at 2 ohms then your amp will send out 1600 watts rms which should be ok edit: hook your system up and have fun with it if you don't like it then sell it and buy something else, but not everyone needs all rf gear lol. Gather the correct materials - before you attempt to charge your battery with a jumpstart, you will need the following materials: donor vehicle with a good battery, jumper cables, jumper box park donor car close - park the donor car close enough for the jumper cables to reach between both the live and the dead battery, ensuring the cars don't actually touch.