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Remote wire pin 25 When I splice wires, I try not to ever cut the original wire. Instead, I take a razor or in this case, a swiss army knife and cut off a half inch section of the insulation to expose the bare wire. I then wrap the taping wire around the bare section and electrical tape the whole thing up. I feel like the connection is better and has less of a chance of coming apart. Here's what I mean: The next step is to tap into the amp for the remote turn on led. For those of you who do not know, this is the wire that turns your amp on when your car turns on.
The factory amp in a is different. Later on, I may replace the 6x8's to pick up some crisper highs. As you see, I still have plenty of trunk space. Considering the amount of sound this sub puts out, I'm very happy with it.
Let me say right up front that you only need to read this article if you are lucky enough that your group is getting bookings in large or outdoor venues. But if you have a good set of main PA speakers that are starting to sound strained at those large gigs, you might want to think about a next logical step. You can send comments, questions, or scathing diatribes to Larry at lmundy attbi. As I said at the end of that article, the result worked great. This requires PA speakers and amps that can reproduce a full spectrum of sound.