Car Stereo/Subwoofer Set Up/Install In Home/House (How To)
31 Mar On the surface it may seem somewhat odd to connect a car stereo in your home. After all, there's plenty of good home To hook up two front stereo speakers, connect the white/black and white wires to the left speaker, and the gray/black and gray wires to the right speaker. If you want to have four speakers. I have a car amplifier I want to use to amplify my home stereo system. I thought all I would need is an AC adapter to plug in the wall and connect to the amp. It is powering a JBL rms amplifier hooked up to a JBL GTO , and it shakes the windows and cupboards in my home when i crank up the. If you've got a car amplifier you'd like to use in your home, there's one major obstacle to overcome: how to power the amplifier. Wall outlets provide volt AC power, but amplifiers require volt DC power. You'll have to do a little extra wiring, but the problem is not insurmountable. Look up the input power specifications.
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Facebook Google Twitter Remember. I have an w Fosgate amp and two 12" Fosgate Punch subs. I had them hooked up in my truck before I sold it and got a new car and i don't really want to but my subs in there. I know how to hook the subs up in a vehicle so the only thing I dont know how to do is hook the amp to a power supply.
Is there some type of adapter that I can use to go from a standard wall outlet to the amps power input? Thanks for any Help!
Myself, I really woudn't invest in another link supply so you can run your amp at max power Maybe, but not that one in all likelyhood. Besides you may have some neighbors that will go ballistic hearing you sub at full power. Proud to be the first on instructables regarding HU's I'm going to show you how to wire up a car amplifier and headunit in your house without the need for a battery and charger. This will mean that when you turn your PSU on the amp's indicating light should turn.
The power supplies for those types of amps are expensive. They have to be extremely beefy and cost a mint. You will be better off buying a new cheap amp for the application than attempting to supply that amp properly.
ALSO I'm not responsible for any damages incurred. Link are the colours and the channels. Amp and headunit steps Only the amp steps Only the headunit steps 3, You want a powerful PSU for this, the amps are important, the bigger the better really, from a reputable brand preferably. Send a private message to AndrewT. Although I'm sure most of you know that already
Maybe, but not that one in all likelyhood. I think that any home amp that can drive the 2-ohm car subwoofers could cost just as much as a fancy power supply. What kind of input power does the car amp need? The min I would try would be 20amp, 30 amp would be much better. Just try to find a 30amp 12v supply.
There are some less expensive pro amps that could handle the 2 ohms. Car audio amps, particularly sub amps can sure be demanding, but they assume they have a battery on the power supply too. I don't really know what this one draws. Looks and sounds beefy from the description. I wonder what gauge wire they reccomend for it in the automobile install?
Yeah, I would not bother. You'll need to buy a good DC power supply or the amp will suffer, possibly to the point of failure. BB code is On. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome.
How to Connect a Car Stereo Inside Your House
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