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Old 6th December 2004, 07:57 PM   #1
edd_edd_edd is offline edd_edd_edd  United Kingdom
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Question how do you wire up an amp... heeeelp

hi everyone,
im 17 and just got a car and im into buying ice (but only the cheap stuff) as i have no money im just starting out and have a few things im not sure of.Iv got a 400w vrx sub and a 600w kenwood 2 way 300w amp.

how do i wire up the amp and what size amp wireing kits do i need im also going to get some 300w 6x9s soon and will be running them of the amp as well

i dont know if i can do any of this, i need help
thank in advance for repleying.
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