In car audio builds we will always need wire distribution via fuse blocks for all the new devices we are adding, whether its DSP’s, Active Line Output Converters, Equalizers, Lighting, Radios, etc. All of these devices require wiring, both a positive and negative lead and some also need a switched positive. In this video I review a fuse block I really like for custom installs, the Blue Sea Systems split system.
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➜ SMD XL Fuse Block – http://amzn.to/2FClJaF
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