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    rocker switches

    i was thinking of adding a rocker switch for my subwoofer amplifier via the remote wire. are there any particular concerns that should be looked at such as relay or damaging start up noises. there are two amplifiers by the way and two remote wires connecting at the head unit (alpine 9886)

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    Great post! WOULD READ AGAIN! A+++++++++++
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    If you mean the remote turn on than yes U can do it Worked like a charm for me

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    what's the purpose of having that switch?

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    to turn the sub off. like the AT channel or something head units have when you push the voume button in.

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    You can run the line through a switch. There will be no problems.

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