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  • Wiring a car audio amplifier and headunit up indoors using PC power supply

    A bit more info:jl audio (tr570cxi) 2-way 5"x7" speakers (pair)fit 6"x8" 1/2" textile dome tweeter4-ohm impedance10-50 watts RMSJl audio (tr600cxi) 2-way 6-1/2" speakers 1/2" dome tweeter4-ohm impedance10-50 watts RMS power rangefrequency response: 59-22,000 warranty: 1 yearLike I said this is laying around, I will be looking for a sub 8-10"

    Sorry I was hasty and forgot to add that I don't need all 800 watts, I do have a smaller amp and a much larger. This will be outdoor for my patio and does not need to be obsurd! Hahaha. I also have an old turntable/8 track/ radio chest that I may build this into. What would be the best way to get audio from the three?

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  • Wiring a car audio amplifier and headunit up indoors using PC power supply

    Hello all! I'm looking for a bit of help. I plan on using a Bluetooth/aux/usb only head unit and cannot get a definitive amperage draw our running amps. I have access to multiple power supplies and I'm trying to spend as little money as possible for the sport of it. I have a 12 volt 3.7 amp power supply I'd like to use to power the head unit, a ps3 slim I was thinking of using for a 800 watt Kenwood amplifier kac-9104d. Is the first power supply enough, or should I use the ps3 power supply for the head unit and a old pc supply I have? I was thinking of using a digital bas reconstruction processor and possibly an equalizer. I'd like to be able to charge a phone from the usb, or add extra ports in for charging, or a wall out let or both hahaha. I have a lot of old much laying around and I...see more »Hello all! I'm looking for a bit of help. I plan on using a Bluetooth/aux/usb only head unit and cannot get a definitive amperage draw our running amps. I have access to multiple power supplies and I'm trying to spend as little money as possible for the sport of it. I have a 12 volt 3.7 amp power supply I'd like to use to power the head unit, a ps3 slim I was thinking of using for a 800 watt Kenwood amplifier kac-9104d. Is the first power supply enough, or should I use the ps3 power supply for the head unit and a old pc supply I have? I was thinking of using a digital bas reconstruction processor and possibly an equalizer. I'd like to be able to charge a phone from the usb, or add extra ports in for charging, or a wall out let or both hahaha. I have a lot of old much laying around and I figure I might as well use it. Any help is good help and I'll share the project. 8)

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