Originally Posted by Shewchuk
Hey tj! What kind of wood did you use and what was the dimensions and thickness. Thanks
That was 3/4" marine grade plywood. Regular plywood would be just fine.
I don't remember the dimensions. You prob want each strip to be ~3" wide and you want it shorter than the height of the amp board so that you can easily run and conceal the wires.
I placed the amps on the board in such a way that I could use 2 (longer) screws per amp to go through the board and into the strips so that you didn't see extra, random screws on the amp board. That also makes it easier to remove the whole board later, without having to take the amps off and hunt for all the screws.
Mount the amps to the finished amp board on your work bench and prewire it as much as possible, including the power, ground and remote if you are using distro blocks.
Label everything well and if you use printed labels, I'd recommend some clear heat shrink over them because they will eventually fall off.