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    Need M2-ATX wiring help...

    So the +12V, SW, and Gnd as well as the big ATX? plug. were no problem. Now I have read the manual but am still not exactly sure how to hook up the amp and screen.

    Jason
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    Anybody??
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    For screen, you can tap into the 4-conductor molex connector. You may want to meter how much power your screen consumes. Make sure that it's within the capacity of the M2-ATX.

    As for the amplifier, I made an assumption that you were asking about the remote conection for the power amp. Per M2-ATX's instal. guide, use J6 to turn the power amplifier on or off. Left pin is hot, right pin is ground. Refer to the instal. guide for more info. If yours didn't come with one then download it.
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    Also, you may want to search the forum for answers to your questions. They've been discussed frequently.
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    4 conductor molex?? Looked at the manual and I'm not sure...
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    88 Saab 900 Turbo

    05 Saab 92-X (WRX) - Carputer, JL 300/4 to stock mains (actually sound nice) and a JL 500/1 to a JL 10W7

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    A simple google search resulted in this: link

    Just wondering, how familiar are you with building computers?
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    I'm a virgin...

    I see, I was thinkin you were talking about a connection on the PSU board.

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