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Posted by Ryan C. Inman on September 24, 2004 at 12:05:14:
In Reply to: Re: Sansui TU-9500 Problem posted by rafael lopez on September 24, 2004 at 10:57:05:
Which cables are you reffering to?
For power, there should be three posts, positive, ground, and remote turn on.
The input connections should be RCA plugs, you'd need about a 20 ft length to connect from the head unit back to your trunk where the amp is.
What is the wattage rating of the amp? You'll need at least #8 gauge copper wire, one to the chassis ground of your vehicle, and one to the positive post of your battery. Install a 40A fuse and fuseholder inline with the + terminal close to the battery as possible.
The remote turn-on wire feeds a +12V signal from your head unit to switch the amp on. Use #16 gauge wire for this application.
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