This easy to follow silent and accurate video will guide you quickly and easily through what you'll need, (like a Power Supply, a sound system that has a Subwoofer Pre-output and a High Input adapter, which may already come with your amp.) First learn what colored wires should be connected to simulate your PC starting. Then connect the amp to the power supply to simulate the car Head-Unit starting. Once the power issues are handled, the video assists you with connecting your audio input. It is recommended to use a sound system which has an out put specifically for the sub woofer. However, if you don't have this, then the video will instruct you on an alternative method as well. (Locate the sub woofer positive and negative cables. There are no standards on what color these cables will be, in this case they were brown and black. Note, it is very important you identify these cables before cutting the sound cable. Once you've connected the sound cable you can finish attaching the rest. Your left and right positive to your positive cable, your left and right negative to the negative cable. Lastly, wire your sub to the amp, plug your power supply into an outlet, get sound to your system and enjoy!
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very helpful. i wanna power old 120W RMW hifi and a 12 or 10 inch sub with the amp but then power surround spound speakers with a little amp i already have.
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