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LT-980/2 Car Audio Amplifier: Looking to see if I can hardwire a Power Acoustik ...

Looking to see if I can hardwire a Power Acoustik LT980/2 amp to use with my home system (receiver subwoofer box and two speakers).

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You want to use a car amplfier indoors in the house

yeah that can be done very easily
just wire it like you would inside a car but you need to purchase a 12v DC adapter
i would go for one with at least 3A output (the bigger the better it depends on how much u wanna spend) from personal expericance 1.5A works but when it gets loud the amp stops and restarts

Posted on May 18, 2010

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If the amp still goes into protect when you power it up, the output transistors are likely shorted.

 

 

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