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    How can I hoow up my car amp in my home

    I have 2 kicker L5s and a 1400W SX amp, I have seen people use power supplys from PCs to hook up the amps, but instead of buying 3 PSU can I do something else? What do the car audio shops us in there displays?
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    Re: How can I hoow up my car amp in my home

    they use power supplies



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    Re: How can I hoow up my car amp in my home

    you can use a car battery plugged into a battery charger also



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    Re: How can I hoow up my car amp in my home

    I think from now on when people post anything in relation to running car audio amps on 120V they should be banned. 50% of the Home Audio/Video section is spam or "how do i hook up my car amp in my house???"



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    Re: How can I hoow up my car amp in my home

    Quote Originally Posted by bball09124 View Post
    I think from now on when people post anything in relation to running car audio amps on 120V they should be banned. 50% of the Home Audio/Video section is spam or "how do i hook up my car amp in my house???"
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    Re: How can I hoow up my car amp in my home

    oh **** not again! yeah go off and use a computer power supply. they sure can give the power a ****ing car audio amp needs! stop being a cheap *** and get a nice plate amp!




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