Hook up car radio in your house
Now, find the green and black wires right next to each other. If you dont have any of these things it can be pricey. When moving I found a older car stereo I no longer used and a few speakers. The green one and any black one. Adding a simple, cheap fuse harness with a fuse rated for your stereo can help prevent a disastrous outcome.
Introduction: Car Stereo in Home
Ziaius author Reply Converting a car stereo so you can use it in your home involves two main tasks. Then I just connected the remote on the amp to the remote on the head unit with a switch so I could turn it on and off when I feel like it. I had to unplug the 12 volt supply to turn the light off. This is how you trick the PSU into powering up. Items you will need Wrench Trim stick Screwdriver Wire cutters Solder Soldering iron Electrical tape Hooked tool if car windows are manually cranked Electric drill and bit if speakers are riveted in place Heat gun or blow dryer Phillips screwdriver.
This is actually a great idea. The time has come to test it. Put a piece of wire between these as a jumper. This process can hook up car radio in your house depending on exactly how the stereo is installed in the car.
Introduction: Car Stereo to Home Stereo With a PSU
Because car stereo systems work with direct current DCthey can be powered directly by a car battery. To start, find the large connector on your PSU. If done correctly you can now test out the unit. I needed a stereo in the den of my new home and did not really want to spend much money. Your vehicle's electrical distribution system is a regulated 12VDC system.
I've been tinkering with that. You turn it on and off with the switch on the PSU.
Step 1: What You Need
DanaE4 author Reply RussellJ2 author Reply The yellow constant wire is at the positive battery terminal, the red is at the ignition switch and the black ground is at a metal ground.
Remove the speakers from the doors and the unit from the dash, disconnecting the electrical connectors. Repeat this process for each speaker, keeping in mind that car stereo systems may be designed to power up to 12 or more speakers.