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Crutchfield Primary Wire

Blue 18-gauge amplifier remote turn-on lead — priced by the foot

Item # 007CPRM18

Car amplifiers require a 12-volt signal, coming from a receiver or other power source, to trigger the amp to turn on.

Car amplifiers require a 12-volt signal, coming from a receiver or other power source, to trigger the amp to turn on.

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Item # 007CPRM18

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About the Crutchfield Primary Wire

Don't forget the trigger signal

Car amplifiers require a 12-volt signal, coming from a receiver or other power source, to trigger the amp to turn on. Crutchfield's Primary wire serves this purpose perfectly and comes in blue, the standard color for an amplifier's turn-on lead.

Don't forget the trigger signal

Car amplifiers require a 12-volt signal, coming from a receiver or other power source, to trigger the amp to turn on. Crutchfield's Primary wire serves this purpose perfectly and comes in blue, the standard color for an amplifier's turn-on lead.

CTA-2015 Compliant

Crutchfield wire

Crutchfield wire is made of oxygen-free copper, with no impurities that could raise its resistance to a signal's flow or add interference. Crutchfield wire meets all Consumer Technology Association (CTA-2015) standards for size, resistance, and insulation quality. Warranty: 1 year.

This wire is sold by the foot — enter the number of feet desired in the "quantity" field of your shopping cart.

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What's in the box:

  • 18 AWG remote turn-on wire with blue jacket (sold by the foot)
MFR #CPRM18-1000

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Features & Dimensions

Remote Turn-On Wire:

  • Gauge: 18 AWG
  • Wire Construction: Oxygen Free Copper (16 strands)
  • Diameter: 0.105"
  • Length: sold by the foot and cut to order

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2 questions already asked

Q
Can i connect the remote turn on wire to the battery positive lead and put aa on / off switch in line to turn the amp on ?
[ L  Apr 21, 2020 ]
3 answers
A
This is more of a technical question, but I wouldn't personally do such a thing. Remote turn on wire should be wired to your HU. I'm surprised the technicians didn't advise the same or as well.. good luck tho
[ Andrew  Apr 23, 2020 ]
A
You can, but I would find a wire that is controlled by the vehicles ignition, with a fuse. If you do use the battery at lease use a fuse.
[ David  Apr 21, 2020 ]
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Yes.
[ TripleThrills  Apr 21, 2020 ]
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Is this wire copper or copper coated aluminum?
[ David  Oct 06, 2019 ]
1 answer
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It is oxygen-free copper.
[ Cosmo  Oct 17, 2019 ]  Staff

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