power for amp IT GIVE YOU A POWER SOURCE WICH IS SUPPOSED TO BE HOOKED UP TO THE ACC (ACCESSORY) WIRE FROM YOUR CAR WHICH WILL GO ON AND OFF WITH THE IGNITION. THIS IS NOT A CONSTANT POWER SOURCE, DO NOT HOOK YOUR STATION MEMORY OR CLOCK TO THIS POWER SOURCE
The red wire is the positive wire. The black wire is the ground wire. The green and yellow wires are the speaker wires. The white wire is the auxiliary wire.
Typical car stereos run speakers at 4 to 8 ohms, so I would wire the two 16 ohm speakers in parallel to get a net 8 ohms. Anything over that would be a little much for a car stereo. You don't need to drive it that hard.
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because you need to turn the volume up
the ACC wire from the stereo is connected to constant power (+12V)
No it doesn't. The acc wire on your stereo is for accessory from your ignition switch. That's so you can turn your car key back and run your stereo without turning on the engine.
take the batt constant, and the acc. and connect them to the pos clip, and the neg. wire to the neg. clip
Usually in the basics of any head unit installation you need to wire everything according to color... For what your askin the constant wire coming out from your car and coming out from your stereo is yellow so look for that first
Most likely a back up camera hookup.
your ground wire for the stereo is connected to the ignition wire of the car
The correct GAUGE wire is 28 for a car stereo.
yes, it is possible
The remote wire coming out of your car stereo constantly sends a low voltage signal while the stereo is turned on. This is to signal external components such as amplifiers or power antenae to activate. If you don't have these items, the remote wire should be taped off as to not ground out on anything. IF you were wondering where to run the remote wire from your amplifier to a stereo that does not have a remote wire, I would suggest sistering it to the hot wire (red) coming out of the stereo. Make sure that your radio doesn't function without the ignition turned on. If your radio works without the key in the ignition and you have your remote wire from your amp wired to the hot wire on your deck your amp will remain on all of the time wether you're in the car or not. This will lead to a dead battery. Hope this helps Shane (vmax33)
the black wire or yellow wire are not connected right