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I thought I replied a while back sorry man.
You need 2 y cables and a set of RCA cables and if using a iPod then you need the cable that goes from headphone jack to RCA.
The y cables you need the ones with 2 female ends and one
Male end.
Plug the white RCA cable plug into one of the female ends of the y cable, plug the other side of that white RCA cable into one amp in the other tube. That y cable, plug into the other amp in the white spot. the white male plug from the headphone jack, plug it into the other female plug on the y cable. On the other y cable, do the same thing but with the red cables


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since this thread is bouncing back around now, i recently had an idea on something a little louder.. i have a ski boat and have these on the wake tower Bazooka MT6502BS BLACK 6-1/2" Marine Tubbies / Black MT-6502B,

wonder how they would hold up on the outty? local atv shop here sells these little amps ( not sure what brand, cant remember) but there "800" watts.. the razors running around here use them to push speakers such as these... anybody have any ideas on how to make this happen and keep everything semi water proof.. i know bazooka has a warranty that they offer on water damage..

ideas?
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How did you wire the amp to a cig plug? I have a Kinter 500watt amp. Two wires coming off the amp. Red and Black. I think one is a remote? Please help. This is the only thing holding me up!
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How did you wire the amp to a cig plug? I have a Kinter 500watt amp. Two wires coming off the amp. Red and Black. I think one is a remote? Please help. This is the only thing holding me up!

I just finished mine( but it's together so i can't show you pictures of what i did).

So I will try and describe it to you as best as I can.

Looking at your amp, there should be on one side the controls and the AUX output ( RCA "white/Red") On the other side of the amp should be the "Posts" for the speakers and the Batteryconnection plug. For the battery plugs you should have 3 places where wires go. First the ground (-)should be Black wire, then there is a remote block, then a red(+). take a small piece of the red wire and loop it from the remote to the (+) Then red wire from the (+) on amp to the cig plug. It works, Mine was this way before i took it apart to lengthen it and i re-assembled it and it works great.

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Test it before you put it all together, i tested mine in my truck, all i got to do is paint and seal it up. Use clear silicone caulk to seal between the elbows and the pipe instead of gluing the tube together if you don't plan on submerging the pipe. It will make it easier to take apart if you have to fix or replace something internally. You cn use small screws to help hold it all together but do not glue if you ever plan on taking it apart.

It is a Bitch to take apart without tearing up the elbows, that is if you intend to re-use the elbows.
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Where did you find the water proof case
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Im have an iphone and ipod nano where can i find an affordable but yet good waterproof case for my auiotube
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Walmart in the boat section the have this waterproof bag thing that has a headphone hack inside and out so you can plug in your phone or whatever
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My question is what would i have to do if i wanted to put 4 speakers? Would i need 2 200 watt amps? What modifications would I have to make if I wanted to make it this way?
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you just need a 4 channel amp. and 2 6-inch pvc y's, or 2 elbows with 2 t's.
my 2 channel sounds great..bazooka makes a nice set of camo speakers..they sound great but cost alittle more..and they look great..
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