How much power does a remote wire need?
While in the ON position, there should be 12+ volts at the remote turn on wire. If you have 12+ volts while the ignition is OFF, the remote turn on wire is connected to constant power.
Can I run a remote wire from one amp to another?
Yes. You can splice the tip of the remote wire, just before you reach an amp, and tap 2 wires, one from each amp. Ive seen some people put a jumper wire from the remote terminal of one amp to the remote terminal of the 2nd amp. It works.
Do all amps need a remote wire?
Almost every aftermarket head unit has a remote turn on wire. Some manufacturers call it a power antenna wire. But regardless of the label all it does is output a positive 12 volts when the head unit is turned on. It should be noted that some head units have both a remote turn on wire and a power antenna wire.
Where do you connect remote wire to amp?
1:185:02What is an Amplifier Remote Turn-On Wire? - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipIts pretty self-explanatory because right on the back of just about any of the wire harnesses youMoreIts pretty self-explanatory because right on the back of just about any of the wire harnesses youre going to get youre going to see blue.
How can I run my amp without remote wire?
1:302:51How Can I Turn On My Amp Without Remote Wire? | Car Audio Q & AYouTube
Can you use any wire for remote wire?
any copper wire will work it doesnt matter how old or new it is. just find some old copper wire and use it.
What fuse should I run my remote wire to?
Amperage off the remote turn on isnt very high. Doesnt require much to switch amps/etc on. A 3-5 amp fuse should be more then enough.
What is the blue wire on antenna adapter?
power antenna The blue wire is for power antenna. This does not mean mechanical power antenna that goes up and down, this means amplified antenna.