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    Hey guys what amp wiring kit will I need to run my alpine amplified box and keep my cd70?

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    go to soundmaster at barrhead mate he has all the wiring kits and can even wire it up if u wanted and he will recommend the best one

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    just need a live wire and a earth and thats it then you need a line in converter of bay for £5 and job done but make SURE THERES A FUSE NEAR THE BATTERY!!!! or your melt your wire and there will be a fire lol.........20amp or so i know poeple use 50/60 amp but thats to high it will melt your wire before the fuse kicks in trust me

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    Did one the other week on Khalids car, myself Bobolous and Khalid installed a nice sub on the CD70 using a rear level convertor as Bangty suggested and a nice amp wiring kit with the fuse located next to the batter and it went in fine
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    Ok cheers guys, seems simple enough, that's another job I will need to get round too lol!

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    i used this on mine
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Autoleads-PC1-...item5acee84b61 connected to the speaker wires at the back of the stereo

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