Lets see who's the first to tell him/her to go to the FAQ..
your answer is in there; in detail.
EDIT: Better yet..Powering your CarPC out of the car the cheap way with ATX PSU
ok, so i havent used my system in a couple years and would like to power it in a home application, ive been looking around and have read at several places it could be powered by a PC power supply if the amp rating was under 30 or 35 or so, i understand that but exactly how do you connect the amplifier to the power supply, im only used to car app;ication where you connect the positive and the ground to their respective posts. if it makes any difference its an old PG300.2 i think the fuse is rated 25...i think...its boxed up atm but how does that wiring work out ?
i read this now i want to power a sterao amp not an opus to power a pc...now do i connect my positive and negative "house battery terminals" to the amp or what?
In that post it explains that you end-up with a bundle of yellow wires joined toguether..that's the positive to your amp; the bundle of black wires goes to the grond wire on your amp; and i think it says in the post you are left with one yellow wire..that one goes to your amp's turn-on wire.
ok thats what i was confused about, thanks the stray would go to the remote line yeah? like if it were in the car the small in my case was a thin blue wire so yellow clump positve black clump negative yellow stray remote thanks bud
Yeah, you got it..but why in hell didn't you do a darn or before you ask dumb questions ha! next time in your face!
Sorry..just couldn't help it!