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Bronze Member
Username: Hifonics

Post Number: 57
Registered: Sep-04
ok i want to install some subs in my home for my home theater but mostly to show off. I dont want 2 put a battery in my houz but... i weas wondering what would happen if i run the power wire from the wall socket to a capacitor ( juz for the cool led reading and glow in the dark) then to the amp. What would happen to the amp if it getting to much power. NE repliz plz
 

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5140
Registered: Dec-03
you're on a good start to a house fire and personal injury.

just get a home audio sub or two. go through ebay if ya want to get them pretty cheaply.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Hifonics

Post Number: 58
Registered: Sep-04
lol i was juz wonderin
 

Silver Member
Username: Pat_l

Tucson, AZ USA

Post Number: 694
Registered: Apr-04
i am offically calling you crazy
 

Bronze Member
Username: Hifonics

Post Number: 60
Registered: Sep-04
hahaha i didnt know it was juz a question (wouldve been worse if i didnt ask first)lol
 

Juggalo Jeff
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hey guess what my friend hooked up a jensen pos amp to the wall and whalaa the amp caught on fire lol.
 

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Username: Elecgenius

La Puente, Ca United States

Post Number: 49
Registered: Oct-04
u can actually get a power converter from dc to ac and strip of the end wires to connect them to the amp. u need a multimeter to check for polarity. i tried this once on a small amp with a 12 volt converter. i dont think it would work on a big amp, i guess it would be depending on the ampere demand of the amp and the supply the converter gives u
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