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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis5587 View Post
    But What If I Am Yelling?!
    Tough.
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    wiring subwoofer

    alright, i know everyone is tripping. im a nwe member who dont know anything about double posting. i only posted ounder two different topics. if u gat help, you can please helf. all the quotes, u get shattered, rest in pieces, u will be whatever isnt how to hepl someonre new. please ill appriciate any help. and all spellers who are tellin me ee without geek. thanks still. it all helped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezeer View Post
    alright, i know everyone is tripping. im a nwe member who dont know anything about double posting. i only posted ounder two different topics. if u gat help, you can please helf. all the quotes, u get shattered, rest in pieces, u will be whatever isnt how to hepl someonre new. please ill appriciate any help. and all spellers who are tellin me ee without geek. thanks still. it all helped.
    Ummm....

    What?

    I can only get half of that post.

    Try spellcheck, or typing out the full word or something that is at least readable if you're looking for advice.

    I'll be glad to help, but if I can't understand what you're typing then

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    Quote Originally Posted by breezeer View Post
    alright, i know everyone is tripping. im a nwe member who dont know anything about double posting. i only posted ounder two different topics.
    Think of it this way. A forum site such as this one is very much like a library. Each time you post a\ question or a problem, you're basically standing on a table and announcing your question to everyone within earshot.

    So the double post is like going into antoher area of the library and announcing the same question over again.

    Looking at it from that perspective, it seems pretty rude, no?

    Also, your language indicates that either English is not your primary language, or you're trying to talk like a hiphop thug. If the situation is the former, then you're doing a pretty good job of conveying your questions in a foreign language. If you're trying to sound like a hip-hop thug, please stop. It doesn't impress anyone.

    if u gat help, you can please helf. all the quotes, u get shattered, rest in pieces, u will be whatever isnt how to hepl someonre new. please ill appriciate any help. and all spellers who are tellin me ee without geek. thanks still. it all helped.
    Now...
    Understand that your question is a very generalized car audio question. That's not a bad thing, but...
    Considering that the focus of this forum is vehicle computing, you're far more likely to get a helpful answer in a timely manner on a forum that is devoted to car audio.
    There are lots of guides and tutorials and such available on the internet. Google for them. Another option would be to look at the manuals for your sub(s) and amp(s). They should have wiring information there.

    If your amps are wired up properly, they're not going to kill your battery. Do "your boys" know about car audio and vehicle electical systems for you to be able to trust their judgement? From what you said they said, I wouldn't, but that's just me. Hell, I'm a relative n00b to car audio installation, but I understand that you can wire hardware up without it draining the battery.

    Here are the basics:
    You're gpoing to power it straight from the battery, with a dedicated line.
    Ground should run to a bolt on the chassis that is stripped of all paint (to ensure a good ground).
    The amp should have a remote lead. That will be switched from an ignition source, which will trigger powering the amp on/off.

    Again, read the manual for your amp(s). They'll give you the information you need to do the job properly.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
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