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    how to wire 4 channels amp to high?

    how do i wire a 4 channels amp to power my mids and highs? do i run the wire straight to the wire harness by the deck?







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    Re: how to wire 4 channels amp to high?

    What are you talking about? You will have a 12vlt (power wire) red, ground black, rca cables, remote blue. All of those come from the amp.

    The 12vlt you run to your batter with some type of inline fuse size depending on the guage and watts. Ground you can run to the batter also (not advised) find a good ground as close as possible to the amp no more then 3ft. Rca cables go to the back of the deck where the red and white sockets are. (would help if we knew what deck and how many rca preouts and the labels on them) remote goes to the remote on your deck and it should be labeled. Its light blue.




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    Re: how to wire 4 channels amp to high?

    Yah, ur amp will have instructions to show you how also,



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    Re: how to wire 4 channels amp to high?

    Guys, I think he was meaning how does he run the speaker wires from the amp to the speakers. And if it would be ok to tap into the speaker wires behind the dash.

    That is what I usually do if I don't run all new wiring. You need to know what wires are + and -, you'll easly find out front/rear and left/right by hooking them up. If you have doubts, run new wires.



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    Re: how to wire 4 channels amp to high?

    I got ya now, i usually just run new wire.



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