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    Hi Vlad, looks very good. I liked your video on youtube as well. A question, did you establish if a fuse before the M2 is needed? I'm looking at doing something similar, however with a smaller amp (4x35wrms and 1x120wrms sub out) but I wont be using the sub channel, just powering 4 speakers. I'm wondering if a distro with fuses is needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soyfish View Post
    Hi Vlad, looks very good. I liked your video on youtube as well. A question, did you establish if a fuse before the M2 is needed? I'm looking at doing something similar, however with a smaller amp (4x35wrms and 1x120wrms sub out) but I wont be using the sub channel, just powering 4 speakers. I'm wondering if a distro with fuses is needed.
    I followed the diagram, using a fuse distribution box in the trunk, and the breaker (a fuse will work too) in the hood near the battery.
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