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    Powering up your amp...+ or -?

    The + and - jumper off the M4 for the anti-thump amp out...
    Do you typically just run the single + lead to the remote amp on?

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    Yes.
    The left side of that is a switched +, the right side is a constant ground.
    You run a wire from the left side of it to the remote line on your amp.

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    Thanks , I had a same question .

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    Quote Originally Posted by colin View Post
    Yes.
    The left side of that is a switched +, the right side is a constant ground.
    You run a wire from the left side of it to the remote line on your amp.
    Ummm, it isn't really left/right, but actually up/down...

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    ... I meant when looking at the header with pin 1 on the left.

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