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k1ngkev1n1 06-30-2008 06:34 PM

1996 honda accord LX sedan Amplifier installation...
 
I was wondering is anyone knew of any links or videos that show specifically how to install an amplifier for a 1996 honda accord of something around that year. Im not sure if i want it in the trunk or under the seat whichever one is better. It will be a 4 channel amp, giving rms 80 x 4 to both my rear speakers and front doors. I am new to this and i want to do it right. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

maddoggpt 06-30-2008 07:54 PM

Re: 1996 honda accord LX sedan Amplifier installation... (k1ngkev1n1)
 
all you need to do is take up the molding along side the drivers side where the carpet is and run the wire (after getting it through the fire wall that is), then run it behind the rear seats and up to the amp where ever you mount it.... i have mine just laying in the trunk and it has been there for a couple months and it seems not to move to much.

TASAuto.com 07-01-2008 05:36 AM

Re: 1996 honda accord LX sedan Amplifier installation... (maddoggpt)
 
This is a great place to do research on the basics of car audio
http://www.bcae1.com/

You will need to:
Run an audio signal from your head unit to the amp
Run an amp turn on wire from the head unit to the amp
Run a fused power line from your car's battery to the amp
Run a ground wire to the body of the car near where you mount the amp
Run speaker wire from the amp to each speaker

Here is a good place to find more answers
http://crutchfield.custhelp.co...=1199

hb_guy 07-01-2008 10:06 PM

Re: 1996 honda accord LX sedan Amplifier installation... (TASAuto.com)
 
nice help tas!!! i actually am calling youtomorrow to order some parts!! (sorry about the thread jacking!!) http://images.honda-tech.com/set1/smile/emwink.gif


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