By Kaia Weathers. Wiring Diagram. Published at Thursday, June 28th, 2018 - 11:06:59 AM.
To re-cap. Do you know what components you'll be installing? Even if you don't have all of the components now, hopefully you know what your plans are. This allows you to run all of the wires, so when you finally get your components, you can just mount them, and hook up the wires, and you're ready to rock.
If you plan to use any sort of sound insulation or damping material, now is the time to lay it. If you don't plan on using it, why not? This will make your system sound better by lowering noise, and by eliminating vibrations. Just do it!
The turn-on wire can be a spliced connection from the existing one. The only truly unique item for the subwoofer amp is the capacitor. Briefly, a capacitor is a device which is capable of storing electricity. Because the sub amp requires consistent voltage to generate its power, any fluctuation in that voltage can result in a temporary loss of power or sound. The capacitor "evens out" any voltage drops, delivering voltage to the subwoofer to keep it operating at its optimum level.
Other distances to measure: Head unit to amp, amp to speakers, head unit to cddvd changer, mp3 player, navigation system, etc. Also, before you buy your wires, be sure you know what will work best with your planned components. If you're planning to install a 500 watt amp, and you know that amp will be 17' from the battery, use a chart to figure out what wire gauge to use. People like to get all loco in the cabeza with power wire, and spend $5 a foot on 0 gauge wire. WHY??? If you don't need it, don't buy it!
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