Liandi has traveled extensively in Europe and East Asia and incorporates her experiences into her articles. Do not buy lackluster gear unless you want a lackluster system. Please help me out on this one. The bigger question here would be why 4 speakers? Thanks in advance for your help on this one. I want to be able to run the sub with the stereo pair for music and with the 5 cube speakers for movies.
I don't know how to do it but i think your amp need to have 0-180 phase control, if you know you don't have that, seek no further for help because your screwed. I've also seen these little pins, like this: Im not so sure on the quality of those, although it looks alot more direct than anything else. The remote lead question was answered I guess. It's using 4 gauge wiring, with a 60 amp fuse I believe. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from West Virginia University.
I am wondering whether there is a better quality manual audio switch I should be considering? If you turn one of the amplifiers off, it's input circuit can do nasty things to the input signal to the other amplifier. It has rca inputs and outputs. This is not for the faint of heart and will take you about 6 hours to do. I'm not trying to build a killer system. Connect the positive lead of the speaker wire to the positive terminal, and the negative to the negative.
I found the Crutchfield diagram confusing. I will not run both receivers at the same time. Maybe this all is just impossible and not worth it, and instead I just go with the manual switch? Its not brain science but if someone hasn't had knowledge bestowed upon them then they can really fuck their system up. If you have a Japanese car, most probably it uses Molex connectors plastic plugs. You mention worries of power halving - are your subs active? I was wondering if I can safely connect one subwoofer to two receivers. The improvement will not usually be power related but in some cases you will reduce the im distortion generated by the speakers feeding back emf into each other through the crossover. For example lets say you hook up the rca's from your head unit to an amp that is 350 watts.
In what order would be best to connect the two amps, and how do i connect the other wires speaker, power, ground, pwr ant. What I needed to know what kind of distro block I'll need, and whether I'll need a fused distro block or not. Techically if its dual voice coil you can do it, but seriously dude. But the amps I have are 2 channel and each amp has an input and output for left and right channels. I still dont know if i have to run all the other wires ground, power, power ant up to the battery and connections just like the other amp thats already installed, or if i can splice them into the existing amps wires. I guess in theory, cheaper electronics could benefit from biwiring more than higher end, never really put that much thought into it. The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly.
If you add in too many amps, and they draw too much power, you may need to or install a. Do i need to hook them both up to a distrib. You blow your shit up man, I should know. I simply just disconnect and connect two different subwoofer cables from the two receivers to the one subwoofer each time. So you get your deck ,and say its got a max of 200 watts, and you buy a sub thats a 300 watt max i don't have this or nothen,just for an example.
Each receiver has a single sub out. Hi again mate - yep the Denon sub out is surrounded by other outs, all except underneath it on mine also. I don't really know what they are, so I googled the term, but didn't see anything that jumped out at me for subwoofer applications. I'd appreciate advice on connecting the head unit to the amps and both amps. Don't just jump on the first cheap thing you find! These are usually set-screw connections -- loosen the screw, slip the bare wire underneath and tighten down. If this is the case then you can attach each amp to each output.
Mine didn't even last a second and the sub was fried. Max power might give you problems, but max numbers mean about as much as taking a shit in your hand. More likely it is left and right pre-amp inputs. Either way, I have yet to hear a system that really improved with a biwire connection. Probably will happen someday, though.