you need to run a power wire from youre battery to youre amp.then run a gound.you also need to run the remote wire from youre radio this will make youre amp turn on.then just run youre rca jacks/or speaker wires to amp.then run the outs to speakers that's it.
run a power wire from the battery to the amp, put a fuse no farther than 8 inches away from when you attached the power to the battery. run another wire wire the same gage as your power line to a unpainted, sanded metal bold for your ground wire. find the remote or power antena wire coming from your desk and run a wire from that to the remote on you amp so it will turn on when your deck turns on. run RCAs from you decks line out into your amp and then normal speaker wire from the amp to you speakers you want to power. make sure you store your amp in an area in the car that stay cool so it doesn't overheat in the summer
Make sure to secure the amp with whatever hardware is provided . also be sure to use the correct size power and ground wire. if it is a factory deck that u are installing the amp on your remote power will be th power antenna if eqquipped if not i would recomend installing a grounded inline remote switch it seems to eliminate ground noise u can get by tieing inti the acc on the factory deck. if u don't have rca outs .Hi-Lo converters and Line-out converters that allow you to add an aftermarket amplifier (orRCA outputs) to a factory radio.
How do I install my output converter to my factory stereo in my car
You can bridge the wires from one amp to the other.
Install not more that 10 on a 15 amp circuit. You can install 12 if you install a 20 amp circuit.
Pretty much any kind you can afford and install.
Let a professional do it so you know it is done right and don't hurt the car any.
Buy an amp with RMS watts matching the RMS watts of the sub woofer. Hook the amp up to the battery and the head unit (Get an amp wire kit to hook it up). Then hook the sub (which should be in an enclosure) to the amp.
you need an amp and an amp wiring kit
power cable goes from battery to cap + terminal. separate power cable from cap + terminal to the amp. make sure the amp and cap are grounded.
To install an amp to a factory radio of a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500, ensure that the amp bypass the harnesses.
Clarify....Are you talking about an AMP for a Stereo?
No. You buy a waring harness and connect it to the car wiring and the amp to the speakers there behind the radio.
Install a subwoofer, amp, aftermarket speakers, and a head unit. Possibly, the easiest way to get the best out of your car audio system is to upgrade the speakers.
if you need mean an amp for a stereo ? yes you can
200 amp maximum combined.
Cant you need a amp or you will blow the battery
I have a Legacy LA320 amp that I would like to install in my E250 van. It WA originally in a Chevy pickup. How do I install it?
due to fact there are no rca outputs you must purchase a line level converter, which has RCA type jacks.
Install a 1 amp trickle charger on it until you plan to drive it again. Also put some fuel stabilizer in the fuel tank.
You have the gains set too high on the amp.
The car stereo amp on a 1994 Lincoln town car Is in the trunk, right side behind the seat
Install the fuse that is required for the circuit.