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    Xtra battery option on amp

    I have a zrs-10 cadence amp. It has 1 input for a battery/capacitor. Im installing a battery this weekend in my trunk. Should i just plug the battery right into the input for the extra battery. Or should i run the power wire to the battery, then from the battery to the main power source on my amp

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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

    Im about to go buy a battery right now. Can someone just chime in and answer my question..




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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

    second option power wire to battery then another one to the amp!!



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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

    lol at your profile patrick



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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

    i would run your wire from the front to your batt in the back then from the batt to both power inputs on your amp, if i understood that right.




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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

    yea ill agree with ^^^ thats a new one to me never played with one of those b4.....but thats what id probably try......



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    Re: Xtra battery option on amp

    Yea, ive never had a amp that had a extra input for a capacitor/battery...... you really think wireing the battery to both inputs would be the best?




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