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Old 08-31-2008, 10:04 AM   #1
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Exclamation Amplifier / amplified subwoofer wiring

Guys; On my aftermarket radio I have a wire to turn On/Off an amplifier.
Question: Can I turn on both an amplifier for my speakers & an amplified subwoofer wiring there remote On/Off input in parrallel with that output from my radio?

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Old 08-31-2008, 11:44 AM   #2
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Guys; On my aftermarket radio I have a wire to turn On/Off an amplifier.
Question: Can I turn on both an amplifier for my speakers & an amplified subwoofer wiring there remote On/Off input in parrallel with that output from my radio?

Tks!
Both amps should have separate heavy duty power source wiring so the on/off signal wire should carry very little load. Connect the Hot from both amps to the switched on/off from your head. There should be a wiring diagram with your amps/head unit that shows this. If not you can surf the MFG. website to be sure.

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