Where does amp ground wire go?
For the most solid connection, it is highly recommended to attach the ground wire with screws or metal nuts directly to the metal chassis of your vehicle. Look around to see if you have any convenient ground screws or bolts, or a factory grounding point close by. If not, you will need to drill into the chassis itself.
How do you hook up a sub and amp?
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Does an amp need to be grounded?
Amplifiers are a source of a lot of power, so it is crucial they are grounded to prevent any problems. The ground for the amplifier should be directed to a bare metal area of the car body, within eighteen inches of the amps location. Your objective is to try to ground to the main chassis or the sub frame.
Can I use the same ground for 2 amps?
The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of power amps in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly. The most common reason to wire in multiple amps is to have one for your main speakers and a second amplifier for a subwoofer.
Can you wire 4 speakers to a 2 channel amp?
You can easily connect 4 speakers to a 2 channel amplifier just by keeping in mind the impedance of speakers and dividing the power equally to both the channels. There are both methods available to connect 4 speakers i.e series and parallel.
Can you ground two wires to the same spot?
No you cant.