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this is the only thing i can think off?

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VIBE-FAST-PLUG-QUICK...=item2a0c29a2f4

 

Yeah, that's what I used. Very solid connection, but it's just power and control so you still have to do something for the audio feeds. The sub I used had phono inputs so I just use 2 line sockets as covers to stop them shorting out.

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this is the only thing i can think off?

 

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/VIBE-FAST-PLUG-QUICK...=item2a0c29a2f4

 

Something like that, but for 4awg. I figured I probably wouldnt find a connector which housed both the RCA and the power cables - would make it pointless running down opposite sides of the car only to feed them within mm of each other.

 

Hm, I wonder if I could adapt a fused junction box so that I could disconnect them from there...

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Ok, been thinking about this for a bit and reckon that the easiest and cheapest way of doing this would be via a pair of AGU fuse holders - these - one of which is already holding the fuse near the battery for the 4awg cable (so I know its big enough), using one for the +ve and one for the ground connections in the boot. They should simply unscrew to separate the cables, and then I can pull out the sub/amp combo (once Ive disconnected the rear speaker cables, that is). I can then keep the cover on the +ve cable, or even buy a third fuse holder to make end pieces so that the live wire is completely enclosed.

Having more fuses can only be a good thing...?

 

If only the snow would fcuk off so I could do it.

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