By Tatum Anguiano. Wiring Diagram. Published at Monday, April 02nd, 2018 - 05:42:36 AM.
So, here we go. Time for the fun part. First things first. Disconnect the ground (aka negative) wire from the battery. Pull up panels! I highly recommend some sort of panel removal tool to remove panels. This will help protect your panels from breaking.
Installation Of A 2nd Amplifier. Look at the wiring schematic at the top of this article; installation of a second amplifier is not that much more involved than a single amp. Use of distribution blocks and ground blocks for power and ground connections help minimize the need to "double up" the wiring. You will need both a subwoofer signal wire and an additional turn-on wire from the receiver.
Bridged mode: Bridging an amplifier combines two of its channels into one, to get more power. The disadvantage of bridging is that bridged channels can't drive impedance loads as low as they can when unbridged. Wires: All the wires depicted in the Subwoofer Wiring Diagrams are speaker wires. For wiring subwoofers, we recommend using wires of 12- to 16-gauge in size.
How to add a subwoofer to a factory stereo. A lot of folks want to add bass to their system without replacing the factory radio, either because it looks good or is impossible to replace. The following wiring diagram shows the additional wiring you'll need to add a subwoofer to a factory system.
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