In your vehicle, you can get the signal for your add-on sub either from the pre-crossed-over factory subwoofer wiring, or the full range signal from the rear deck speakers. The rear deck has 2 kicker 6x9 css69. If they add up to 100. What is the best way and location to splice into the car with out taking away fro. A subwoofer's sensitivity is irrelevant to figuring out how it can get wired to an amp. If your amplifiers do not have onboard fuses, you should install inline fuses, of the appropriate sizes, on the positive power leads after the distribution block.
So I can follow the diagram, but not sure about the remote turn on and how the sub will get its signal. Would I wire each sub directly to its respective output are should I wire it in a different configuration. Your amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience when driving multiple subs. Most mono, 1-channel amplifiers have two sets of speaker output terminals that are wired together inside the amp. But a lower impedance also means more stress on the amp. Going active means getting rid of the crossovers and powering each driver in the system with its own amplifier channel, and using an external crossover or the amp's onboard crossover to limit what each driver is fed. It will be unaffected by the placement of a capacitor.
The truck box has a negative and positive coming out on the right and the subs in each box are a dual voice coil already parallel wired. I backtracked thru everything I'd done, and realized I grounded the amp in a bad spot. When you hear it, stop and back off slightly until you no longer hear it. Then, and this is important, you need to make sure the amp's two inputs get the exact same signal, either via Y-cords or a signal summing device. They should be there for additional protection. Their toll-free number is on your invoice.
If they go straight to the car chassis, then, in your case, 4-gauge grounds will work fine. Eventually I moved back to Charlottesville, Virginia and opened a small demo recording studio. It sounds like you'll benefit yourself greatly by giving us a call and having an Advisor help you get all the gear that'll work and fit in your vehicle. And it's usually best to ground both amplifiers to the same spot on the chassis, by way of a ground block or not. That's why you push the wire from the interior. If you bought your gear at Crutchfield, you were advised about all the wiring you'd need for this installation or steered toward getting professional installation. The value is often found printed on the magnet, if you're unsure of what you have.
Not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. Also, have a 135 amp alternator. Buck Pomerantz I've been tinkering with electronics ever since I was a kid - starting with taking apart and putting back together televisions and radios. Glad i checked and makes sense. If your amps don't have preamp outputs, you'd split the signal using Y-cords.
The amp puts out 40w rms x 4 4 ohm or can be bridged to 3 channel to put out 100w rms to each of the fronts and still leave me plenty up to 500w at 2 ohm for a box in the trunk. You'll also need a crossover filter, high-pass, to prevent bass notes tearing the tweeters apart. You may find that your vehicle can handle those two amplifiers just fine and you won't need to upgrade the electrical system. I just need to power the upgraded door speakers for clearer sound. Brand names and model numbers work best.
Connect the power wire to the battery using appropriate connectors for the wire and battery terminal. Wire All the wires depicted in the Subwoofer Wiring Diagrams are speaker wires. I am assuming keeping the gain at half keeps the voltage at half, correct? If so which wiring diagram would I use? And I'm not at all sure what brand or model amp you're referring to. You'll want to do this to keep all the subwoofer cones moving in the same direction at the same time, no matter which way they face. There is no way it can discharge and charge fast enough to keep up with a high wattage system. The Epicenter's power, ground, and remote turn-on lead will have to be connected in the same manner as your amplifiers. It's electrically the same as in the diagram.
Do I need to have all channels hooked up for sub to work or is it supposed to be working with my stuff connected to 5th channel? I do not know how wiring would go for this set up, could you help me? Hopefully this makes sense and thank you! This is only a second vehicle for winter use mainly so not wanting to invest a lot for audio. I just wanted share my setup with an expert and have their take of their point of view as to what they thought about my setup, and the main reason why i have been asking you. What will i need to get to install 1 amp for all 6 speaker and another amp for the 2 subs? So I removed the stock 6. If you are you will need to charge it first. Most mono, 1-channel amplifiers have two speaker output terminals that are wired together inside the amp. Part of our wiring diagram and electronic series shown here on this channel.