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Aerial amplifier pc5-52

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by vwgtiking, Aug 21, 2013.

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    I have an aerial amplifier pc5-52. It also has a blue wire coming from it. Is this connected to remote or the ignition wire I will wire in?
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    You can connect to the remote lead from your head unit if your not using it to run an amp otherwise connect it to the power antenna cable from your head unit, usually a blue and white striped wire.
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    The remote will power sub as well. Is it too much to power both?
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    Wire it to the power antenna wire then.
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    The power antenna is also the remote it's the same wire.
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    Most head units have separate wires for this. If you only have the one just wire the amp and antenna and it should be ok to power up both.
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    Connected to ignition live in the end.
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