Audio Wiring / September 6, 2018 / Victoria Tobias.
A visit to a store that sells parts for a car audio system will show that the car amp can be classified by more than just efficiency. The car amp is also classified according to the number of channels which send signals into the amplifier, where those signals then have their power increased. In a mono amplifier, the amplifier adds power to the signal from a single channel.
Remove the head unit from the dash. You’ll be connecting not only the RCA but also the remote turn on lead. Connect the remote turn on and run it alongside the power wire on the driver’s side all the way into the trunk. Replace the driver’s side carpet and panel. The RCA cables should run down the passenger side.
The audio preamplifier does not alter the power of the signal in the car audio system. The audio preamplifier provides the sound system with a way to gain voltage. After a signal passes through a preamplifier, and after that signal gains voltage, then it passes into a power amplifier. The power amplifier gives the signal more power; it raises the amount of current in the signal.
There are manuals sold for easy car amplifier installation. However, following some easy steps will ensure proper installation. First, is to fit a wire that goes from the car’s battery to the trunk where the amplifier will be placed. The cable will need to go from the passenger side, under the carpeting, and under the seats. The car’s instruction manual will show how to remove the seats to get the wire underneath. Once this wire is in place, the car amplifier can be connected. It is effortless but can take some time to run the wire through the car. Seat removal can take some time