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Installing an amplifier in your car's audio system can seem overwhelming, but installing one without RCA jacks can be downright intimidating. Older systems usually lack RCA jacks, but just because you have an older system does not mean you cannot add an amp for additional power to push your speakers or subwoofers. Before you begin the installation process, it's imperative that you make sure the amp you've chosen is capable of accepting speaker or line-level connections. Once you've double-checked these things, you're ready to start. Determine an ideal location for your amp inside the cabin or trunk of your vehicle. You can mount it on the back of a seat, on the sidewall, on the back of your subwoofer box or on the floor of the trunk away from any loose items that may damage the amp by shifting when the car moves. Open the amp wiring kit, which contains all the wiring you'll need to hook-up your amp. You will need to connect the lengthy, red wire to the positive terminal of the battery.
Everyone loves having supreme sound in their car, but the price to have speakers installed? In this tutorial, you can follow step by step to install your amp to subwoofers with the convenience of going at your own pace in your own home without the fear of anyone else going into your car! Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.
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