Originally Posted by Guzzball
Also i have an amp in the back, near where I will put the tube. So should I run the wiers off that???(power ect.)
If it is a fused distribution block and you have an available opening, then yes, you can use this. If you are talking about just tapping into the existing power cable, you will need to have an adequate size cable to being with and the connection will have to be done before the existing amp, and the Tube will have to have an in-line fuse here, as well as upgrading the main fuse at the battery.
If you only have one amp (not counting the Tube), then you can simply tap into the remote-turn on wire for your remote turn-on source.