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    Default Connecting / Wiring up a Subwoofer

    Hi all,

    I'm not too bad with electronics etc but I would like some advice please.

    If I were buying this:

    and then this:

    How do I get the 2 connected and powered up?

    Will the HU power the sub by running some cables or do I need to run cables from the Hu and wire up a power source?

    Can't find a definitive answer so thought I'd ask some people on here

    I don't want super bass that you can hear half a mile down the street just something that makes the music sound better.


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    You need to run power from the battery and fuse it very close by. A remote turn on wire from the headunit to turn amp on when radio goes on. A nice big short ground for the amp. The amp probably requires RCA inputs so run these down the other side of the car to the amp.

    All in the instructions.

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