If you amp is bridgeable you run + sub wire to ch 1 + then the -sub wire to the - of ch 2 of the amp. The same with the other sub + ch3 - ch4 that's how to bridge your amp.
You connect speakers and a sub to an amp by placing each wire into the appropriate connector. The connectors on the side of the amp are labelled for front, back, side, and sub depending on the configuration.
The size of wire you need is #8 bare.
you run the speaker wires from the amplifier to the sub woofer. Run the remote wire from your CD player and also from the CD player run the RCA cables to the amp power from the battery to the amp and ground the ground wire to the frame to the amp the. positive to the positive and the negative to the negative remember that.
Wire the subwoofer to and AMP and the amp has to be directly hooked up to your battery. There is a second wire that is hooked up to a wire that only has power when the keys are turned. This turns the Amp on by turning on a relay in the amp powering the sub. And connect the ground to something steel in the car.
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.
If you want to run both coils,you have to wire the positive to positive and negative to negative on your sub,then run a wire from each plug to the amp. Positive to the positive side of the amp and negative to negative side of the amp,(you can run in bridge mode or stereo if your amp can handle the load)
you need an amplifier first. decide where you want the amp, and wire it to that point. (amp comes with instructions for the wiring) once the amp is wired in, wire it to the radio(instructions come with amp) and screw it in. then locate where you want the sub(s) and wire it to that from the amp. almost all your instructions for installing subwoofers comes with the amp.
Simple..... You put the speaker wire in the amp and then put the other end in the sub ...
You can wire it but the problem is a guitar amp is for higher sound so if u listen to rock with it you should be alright but if you are looking for bass go to a bass amp or just get a 12 inch sub in a ported box its going to be toltally diff sound
Its not as hard as people may think, but its only a few wires. u need a power wire from the battery to the amp. then a ground wire from the amp to a good solid spot on your chassi. then a remote wire from your radio to your amp....and thats it, just connect your speakers and enjoy.
You have to run the powers and grounds for the amp, do not forget to set up the remote wire either. then you will need to connect the amp to the CD player auxillary with the RCA's, then you just wire your sub to the amp.-Shocker
AWG # 6 copper.
to wire it through a corsa, strip one end and connect to sub or amp, then the other end runs through the car. unscrew the glove box and wire it through thegrommet behind the battery under the bonnet to the positive terminal. Fuse connector half a meter down the wire does help the sub or amp to cope with the current and lessens the chance of blowing your sub
Just use the stock amp and sub combo. Unless your wanting to upgrade system for more bass. Then your better off replacing stock amp and sub for a more aggressive sound.
AWG # 4
Depends on the rms or continuous rating of the amp and at what ohm is the amp stable
Run a 2 sub per amp set-up. Get a distribution block for you power wire to split the power wire. You can run the remote wire from your stereo to one amp and then from the amp to the other amp. you will also need 2 sets of RCA's Easy way is too get a 4 channel amp to power 4 subs.
Yes you can use a 60 amp breaker to feed a 100 amp sub panel. The wire from the 60 amp breaker must be #6 or larger. You will not be able to draw the maximum 100 amps from the panel you will be limited to 60 amps.
Sure. You can hook this up to any vehicle. It is easy to do. Just make sure you have the proper gage wire for the amp as a small gage wire can heat up. Also with a smaller gage wire you will lose some power to the amp.
you propaly can't sub panel from 100 amp panel. Just not enough amperage to be worth while. i had to up grade t a 200 amp main first and then I was able to take a 60 sub panel from that.
A #1 copper wire with an insulation rating of 90 degrees C is rated at 140 amps.
i. HIGHLY. recommend. an. amp. But it is possible if you would buy a converter for your CD player or just connect the sub wire from your sub and connect it into your rear speakers on your trunk. But this would send treble through them which sounds like crap and isn't exactly the best on the subs. I would get an amp
if you have aftermarket stereo it is very easy pull the stereo out of the dash and take your rca wires and plug them in to the back of the stereo and then take your blue wire which is remote wire and conect it to the remote wire on the back of the stereo, from there you rum the wires to your amp. ground the amp and hook up the sub to the amp and you are good to go. hope this helps.