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    Replacement Amp

    I would like to remove my Kicker zx700.5 amp and 2x12 Kicker subs from my 1997 mustang in preparation of selling the car. I will leave the panasonic head unit and speakers in it, but am wondering if I get a smaller cheaper amp, if I would be able to directly replace it so the speakers will still work. I would only need a 4 channel amp because there won't be subs anymore. I am mostly concerned with how the power works…will I be able to just take the power cables from the current kicker amp and plug them directly into another amp? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!







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    Yup. That'll work...




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