I didn't do the housing box, but rather mounted it all under a shelf. But the power light on the amp dims when the volume is turned up or on heavy bass. Most speaker cables are color-coded red and black to make this job easier or you may have a white stripe on the jacket of one of the conductors in the speaker wire. Find car stereo system and fine-tune your amp? It should power on if done correctly. Now don't need besides the amp, so, amplifiers in a new speakers out our certified technicians can go as. I'm wanting to the car if you bought it into the.
Car stereo power ratings are pretty inaccurate so don't assume that the power will be adequate. Now, that may be all you need. See the attached image for an example. This has probally been asked a million times but here goes. I can run 4 and have heard off some people running a sub and amp too! Play it safe and keep at least a few feet of space between the two. See the next step for those details.
So at 12 volts it needs 25 amps to reach max power. It's so low because they split the normal 12 volt rail into two. You need a shielded Y-adapter cable. I plan on getting real speaker boxes and a bigger box for the headunit and properly cutting it. Use the right tool for the job: A spoon handle works well.
I had everything I needed lying around in boxes and just installed a car stereo in my garage using this tutorial. Check the back of your stereo for some unused input jacks; you should see several pairs of stubby little metal heads. If done correctly you can now test out the unit. Other electronics stores and some computer stores carry the cord as well. Fold out the paperclip so it's like one big arc like a narrow C shape. Each speaker wire consists of two conductors, a positive and a negative.
Plug the power supply into the wall and switch it on. But anyone could give me advice i would love to hear it as i would hate to see him fry a reciever he just bought. You can find the cable at Radio Shack. Older power supplies tend to fail a lot and ebay sellers don't always list the max current ratings so if you want to be sure, get a cheap, brand new power supply from newegg. It takes up so little room as opposed to a home stereo, and works great. The example attached to this step wouldn't be sufficient with its pathetic 18 amp peak power. Then connect to the amp - 24 of 236 - some cars come.
I blew 2 of the 3 6x9's in my '81 Cutlass so i had a friend hook up my two 200watt sony speakers that are in perfect condition. Then sit back and enjoy some nice, indoor bass. Can you hook up house speakers to a car Items 1 - refurbished. Adding a resistor doesn't really help since now half of your power gets dissipated across the resistor and if that is 50 watts then you need a 50 watt resistor. This means that it probably has a built-in amplifier used to power the speaker. You are blowing speakers because you are cranking them up to distortion levels without having enough power to push them.
Everything is ok as long as you don't exceed the receivers limitations. Hopefully your sound card has all its jacks labeled so that you know which hole does what. This will all be at a later time. I did option 2 because it seems less likely to come apart. Do you know anything about this? Look the difference in house and home audio is most car audio speakers are either 2 or 4 ohm.
I needed a stereo in the den of my new home and did not really want to spend much money. If you just want to listen to music you find on the Web, you may find it easier to just invest in some high-end computer speakers. You mean get a car receiver and amp and hook it up to your existing speakers. Hook the amplifier up to the subwoofer channel on your car's stereo head unit and enjoy the bass. Can use old materials and be even cheaper! Instead of buying a new home audio system, i wanted to the following; 1.
Is there anything else I can use to get the power I need? Sound quality not withstanding, to present a safe 8 ohm load to the receiver he would need to wire 2, 4 ohm speakers in series. Connecting speakers in series works if you have lots of speakers and can afford to use 2 in series for each channel. After that simple setup your amp will now turn on as soon as you plug the power supply in and switch it on. Turn down the volume on your stereo and sound card. When moving I found a older car stereo I no longer used and a few speakers. Once you have the paperclip in place, it thinks you've installed it in a computer and will turn on when you plug it in and flip the switch. You could purchase an inverted one, but those are a temporary solution at best.