How to connect the amplifier?
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Connecting an external amplifier to a car stereo or subwoofer requires certain skills. We will look at how to connect the amplifier correctly.
The general wiring diagram assumes that the branch of the red wire goes through the fuse and the capacitor to the amplifier. Wiring procedure is as follows:
- The wire that connects to the positive pole of the amplifier (positive) must go from the battery inside the cabin so that it does not touch any parts. It is worth protecting it by passing through the tubing.
- Positive wire should not be longer than 30 centimeters.
- The wire that will be connected to the negative terminal (negative) must be fixed on any bolt.
- The signal wire from the radio should be connected to the socket of the amplifier of the corresponding connector.
- Speaker cable is connected from the amplifier to the subwoofer or to the radio.
If you hear noises while playing music, then you need to check the cables.They should not lie at right angles to each other. You can also use noise suppressors, which can be bought at any auto shop. At the same time, it should be remembered that it takes about six hours for the amplifiers to warm up (that is, normalize the transmission of the audio signal) and about three days for the speakers.
During the first turn on of the amplifier it is necessary to put the regulators on the bottom mark. If you turn the volume to maximum, overheating may occur. If your amplifier has a bass boost feature, you should turn it off, as it causes sound distortion.
It is recommended to install the subwoofer in front in order to produce the best sound effect. If you want to install a subwoofer in the back, be aware that this may cause discomfort to the passengers.
Professionals recommend buying expensive brands of amplifiers, as cheap models may not give the desired effect.
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