I was not convinced when I saw that picture, the power for your amp should be taken straight from the battery with a fuse as close to the battery as possible. Although it was a bit of a shameless plug, I agree with what Just ICE says.I own a car audio shop and if you want your car to go up in flames please be my guest and follow the wiring diagram if not and you like your car go to a specialest like Just Ice in Harlow they will put the cable in properly from about £35 and will be installed and will not validate your warrenty as we are qualified installers. www.just-ice.com
Did they tell you why you should not do it this way, cause I'm no expert on it, it's just everything I've read has said that the only safe was to do it is to take it from the battery.i have got an fuse in allready mate he said the same as just ice mate im going to right a post telling every one not to do the same as i have done not looking forward to doing it.
Mine's fed through the car. The same way people do it with the C.wow that sounds like alot of work is that what a shop will do? how much do you think it will cost?
Kin hell! Mine was only £30 to fit, and £30 for the wiring kit!im getting mine fitted for £80