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  1. thanks I thought a 3 way crossover could connect tweeter, woofer, sub instead it connects tweeters, midrange and woofer
  2. thanks if instead I have a 3 way crossover where there are tweeters, woofer and sub in this case how do you connect?
  3. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Sub -- PSU -- Speakers

    I have identified the two + 12V cables with the DMM now I know which ones are at 8A and at 14 A to power the radio I'm using + 12V 8A are they enough or should I use the 14A one? (at the moment the radio turns on and it works) so you need to connect all the yellow cables and then put a 25A fuse with an AWG8 cable? (since for the radio it is sufficient to use the 8A one) if I connect the yellow cables the power supply to the radio must come from the biggest cable AWG8? the other cables (red, black) I have to connect them together or I leave them free? connecting the various yellow + 12V cables I would not have the sum of currents above 22A since each cable carries respectively 8A and 14A (example sum 4 yellow cables all from 14A I get 14Ax4 = 56A)
  4. thanks I already understood this I would like to be sure that in + and in - (crossover) they must be connected to front speaker out (amplifier) for tweeters and mids respectively a + l and -l (if I want to put on the left channel) or a + r and -r if I want to put them right channel. so if I have 2 tweeters and 2 woofers do I need 2 crossovers (2 way) to cover both the right and the left front channel ?
  5. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Crossover

    I repeat the question: in+ and in - where do they connect? because if I use 1 tweeter and 1 woofer in front in+ and in- go to front speaker out of the amplifier where there are two channels
  6. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Sub -- PSU -- Speakers

    i have only a dmm it's a typo . i want say "connecting" the wires. thanks
  7. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Crossover

    Hi, I would like to know how to connect a crossover to the amplifier. there are 2 crossovers that have 2 way and 3 way they have in+ and in- and for tweeters, sub and medium. Thanks Regards
  8. Hello, I would like to know how to connect a crossover to the amplifier. there are 2 crossovers that have 2 way and 3 way they have in+ and in- and for tweeters, sub and medium. thanks regards
  9. varano_ohms

    Watts -- Amplifier

    ok understood thanks
  10. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Sub -- PSU -- Speakers

    I did not understand how to use the dmm in amperage to measure the current on 12v joining all the yellow cables I could not distinguish them if I join the yellow cables of what should be the cable in mm or AWG? on this larger cable the fuse than it should be? since I get 22A the fuse must be greater than 22A? how much? the diagram of the psu I do not have it
  11. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Sub -- PSU -- Speakers

    you are right it may be that it is consummated and I do not see it or see it only yellow yes I have a DMM What should I measure to identify the cables? how do I put the psu in safety? Do I have to connect the frame with a cable to the ground or do I have to put it in a wooden box? if I connect the 2 cables with different amperage and their sum gives me about 22A after I have to put a bigger type 1.5 or 2.5 mm cable? the fuse higher than 22A? Thanks
  12. varano_ohms

    Watts -- Amplifier

    Hi, so if I understand correctly I have to cut the cables that I need a couple of inches and put a fuse on + 12V. how much must the fuse be? thanks
  13. varano_ohms

    Amplifier -- Sub -- PSU -- Speakers

    There are no yellow cables with the black stripe and I've said it several times and even the images speak for themselves
  14. varano_ohms

    Watts -- Amplifier

    Thank you What would I need an AC-DC converter if the power supply does this already? - How long should the cables be long if they are cut? - given that there are 2 lines at 12 volts with different amperage and considering as hypothesis that they are only yellow cables, then connecting all the yellow cables you will get an amperage of 22 A enough to power a radio. -so only a fuse would be enough? -and anyway I imagine that a 250w power supply is not enough if you want to add an amplifier and a sub. so I should cut all of the color diffrent to yellow (+ 12v) and black (ground) connecting all the yellow cables and all the black cables together and at this point put a fuse on the yellow cable and a fuse on the black cable correct?
  15. varano_ohms

    Watts -- Amplifier

    I assume it's like that I'm trying to do a DIY using old components
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