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sarandoug 06-15-2006 12:02 PM

help!!! does anyone out there have specs on setting up audio?

acurtis_ttu 06-15-2006 12:34 PM

ask a more specific question for starters. There's also a ton of info on that if you search the site.

sarandoug 06-15-2006 1:03 PM

Sorry here's more info... <BR>The system I'm attempting to set up would consist of the following: <BR> <BR>Clarion Deck w/satlite tuner and wired remote <BR>1 Amp (power the tower) <BR>4 Tower Speakers <BR>4 Speakers in the boat <BR>? 2nd Battery <BR>? perko switch <BR>

acurtis_ttu 06-15-2006 1:23 PM

looks good, add an amp for the boat speakers, a sub, a dedicated amp for the sub and your good to go.

overwaters 06-15-2006 1:48 PM

whats a perko switch?

sarandoug 06-15-2006 4:23 PM

a perko switch, is a switch that allows you to isolate a battery in a multiple battery type of setup...

usarmyttt 06-15-2006 4:38 PM

You can get a 5 channel amp and it will cover the whole system if wired properly. It will take up less space.

overwaters 06-15-2006 6:21 PM

why would you want to isolate battery's, wouldint you be using both of them all the time anyway?

iagainsti 06-16-2006 10:27 AM

Justin-Its crucial on a boat to be able to isolate the stereo battery from the starter battery, especially if you have a larger stereo system and listen to the music with the key off. Obviously its alot harder to bump-start a boat vs. a car<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" border=0>

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