Hook up amp and subs in car
Phil Dodd author Reply You want to be running your subwoofers on its RMS rating rather than the peak rating.
Your amp will always be on when your car is on, but it shouldn't make noise, so its OK. Better yet, go out and by a new stereo that has RCA. Mostly I did my sound system into the rear speakers not only because I did not want to spend more time in wiring it to the radio, I was unsure on the connection to do it on, because I have an older model aftermarket radio that is already tied into a CD changer.
If there are 2 channels and you can bridge your amp, do it. If there is just one blue wire, you can use google chromecast hookup. Never ground directly to the battery, any piece of metal that connects to the chassis and is close to your amp is fine. There should be 2 RCA connections.
This is the most affordable way to install an amp and subwoofer to your car or truck. Hooking up cadillac sts 05 amp and 10" sub would love some info on what wires to buy and where, thanks.
Step 1: Parts
There are many different types of enclosures sealed, vented, bandpass, infinite baffle, etc. If your wires are labeled they may be labeled as: Connect the power wire to your battery. They aren't very expensive any more. Amplifier power measuremnt is watt rms. The other side the side you just cut is stripped and connected to the other side of the fuse holder.
This is bad for the subwoofer because it holds the cone the big circle part! As the car gets older, the rusting becomes worse.
Start by finding an opening in the car's firewall. The gain knob isn't a "volume" knob by any means. All I know is that this is a Proel but i can't find any model out or inside