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Old 11-30-2008, 03:03 PM
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Default Re: Hello from the Bay Area, BTA6200.

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Originally Posted by AlbertsAW11 View Post
Oh no wonder...i'm assuming i need to power the remote through the headunit receiver?



I never really worried about the orange wire..I didn't know that was necessary . Inline fuse? Like the fuse inside the subwoofer? once again I really appreciate your help
Yes, the headunit usually has a blue wire labeled remote. This is for adding amplifiers and is the key-on/key-off power source for the unit. Remember, the battery 12v is a constant power source. No, the inline power fuse just to make sure that you haven't shorted it out.
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