Amp to ipod

Ivan Dan

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I'm switching from a head unit in the glove box to a small amp direct to an ipod. How did you guys wire the amp so its not always drawing power? Did you put a switch? How about a relay or fuse?

All thoughts appreciated!

DAN
 

mosslager

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Nov 4, 2009
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Yep, a simple toggle on the dash for the remote turn on wire.... bingo bango
 

cls 78

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Feb 3, 2009
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I ran switched power with an inline fuse as well. Works great.
 

mssandslinger

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Oct 18, 2009
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Yeah we always tell customers to use a switch for the amp, very easy install and works great.
 

caffiend

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Feb 8, 2009
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A trigger switch is low amp. No need for a relay. That is the way I set my SSV Works system up.
I'm confused of how a trigger switch would work. In my mind I'm thinking of a trigger switch like on a skillsaw or drill, am I just thinking of the wrong kind of switch or is there another type of switch with the same name?:confused:
 

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