How To Wire A Car Subwoofer To A Home Stereo
Can you wire a car stereo to a house outlet?
The quick answer is yes, with the right power supply, you can hook up a car stereo to a house outlet with 120V or even 220V power. You cannot, however, directly connect a car stereo to an outlet.
Can I hook a car subwoofer to my home stereo?
You can hook up a car subwoofer to a home stereo directly if: You have a subwoofer or more than one subwoofer that can be wired for at least 8 ohms total. This can be two 4 ohm subwoofers or a 4 ohm dual voice coil (DVC) subwoofer.
Can you use car speakers in your house?
Actually, you can use car speakers, but beware that they run on lower impedance than home theater speakers. This basically means that if you want to run car speakers in your home theater system, you’ll need a receiver that’s capable of driving the speakers.
Can I use a car amp in my house?
Yes, it’s possible to use a car amplifier in your house. You can also connect a car amp to any home stereo, your smartphone, and more as an audio source. There is a catch, though. Because car amps use a different power source than home stereos the biggest problem is getting them the power they need.
Can I use a car subwoofer in my home?
Yes you can use a car subwoofer at home. Car subwoofers are compatible with home audio systems (home theater). You can even take your car amplifiers to deliver the right power supply.