To think about it like water pressure: If your wiring is a straw that allows for 100 PSI, and your car uses 90-95 PSI, there isn’t much pressure left in the straw for your amp. This will result in poor performance, amplifiers illuminating the dreaded red light, and headlight dimming.
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Since they lack left-right separation, a mono amp alone can’t reproduce stereo signals. Your Mono Amp has two speaker inputs so you can utilize series and parallel wiring methods to achieve your desired impedance level.
Your ground wire is crucial. It can save or destroy your system, so it's important to get this step right.
You'll want to set your ground wire as close to your amplifier as popular, using the same gauge wire as your power wire.
Q-Mat dampens vibrations in your car before they reach your vehicle’s panels by absorbing the shock of the sound waves. Reducing the vibration the sheet metal receives keeps your panels right in place.