i cannot even believe all i have read and seen in this thread.
patrick82, in the first picture(the cary) it appears that the leads are exposed past the sub connectors. a big nono. the second picture is a general mess. sorry to be honest.
you made absurd statements such as relying on a components internal fault protection to make you aware of your mistakes. you further stated that you had opportunity to test this feature
you mentioned you do not care if it all blows up. maybe your neighbors and the firefighters do?
the external ers pictures are just silly and ugly, but whatever. the internal usage of that on your behalf looks about as safe as napalm.
the scariest of all remains that you do not even realise the fault of your ways.
one who thinks he knows what he is doing and does not is truly the most dangerous of all.
i seem to remember you also reversing polarity somewhere. i do see that you took apart nordhost cables and deducted or changed usage of the conductors.
it is obvious you do not understand this stuff.
what i find most intresting is that you were even prompted to cut apart $1,000usd cables and desecrate $2,000 audio components. whoa.
i mean you no personal insult. i am just telling you that your electrical handywork is far from cool.
puiah11, do not give him any more ideas!
of course it would sound better without fuses. he may not live to hear it! that is the worst idea i have heard here yet. you think it has fuses to humor us? especially after his treatment of it. it should have 50 fuses now!
fyi, a cars electrical system will not hesitate to kill you or trap you in a burning vehicle. novices should stay away from that too.
fuses are an absolute must in car audio.
diy is great. this is a complete bastardization of diy. i am honestly trying to be a nice guy by informing you of this. also, i do not wish for anyone else to see this thinking they should follow suit.
tuberoller was mentioned in another thread tonite. i wonder if he has seen this thread and if so what he thinks