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T-Spec DB-1424

Compact 2-way ground distribution block — 4- to 8-gauge input, two 4- to 8-gauge outputs

Item # 120DB1424

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$24.99

About the T-Spec DB-1424

Distributes ground securely and neatly

T-Spec designed this DB-1424 distribution block to handle the high-current grounding distribution for two amplifiers, while keeping your wiring connected securely and looking neat.  This hefty little block combines the ground wires of two amps to a single grounding point. You can also use it for distributing the positive voltage in a system that doesn't need fusing at the distribution block. Solid black nickel-plated brass construction ensures reliable power flow, and an impact-resistant plastic cover protects your connections from the weather. You'll need Allen head wrenches to install this block. Warranty: 1 year.  

What's in the box:

  • Grounding block with one 4 AWG set-screw input and two 4 AWG set-screw outputs
  • Plastic cover (attached)

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Features

Overview: This package includes a T-Spec compact ground 2-position distribution block. The solid brass construction gives you maximum conductivity. The grounding block has a flat-black finish, and is installed inside an impact-resistant polycarbonate cover with a translucent removable cover. The cover has a small footprint, with two holes in the base for mounting with screws or wire ties.

Configuration: The grounding block has one 4 AWG input, and two 4 AWG outputs.

Set Screws: The connections are secured with set screws. A 3mm Allen wrench is required to tighten or loosen the set screws.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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splitting power to sub and amp [ Gerald  Dec 31, 2018 ]
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Crutchfield products are dependible [ Daniel  Oct 03, 2018 ]
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Very clean and simple, have used in several other installs and it works great. [ Andrew  Sep 18, 2018 ]
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Looks perfect for my installation needs. [ John  May 23, 2018 ]
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Adding a new amp. [ CHRIS  Apr 20, 2018 ]
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Installing 2 amps. These are compact. [ William  Jan 04, 2018 ]
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To connect capacitor and amp [ Michael  Nov 08, 2017 ]
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Previous experience and these are top notch. [ David  Sep 29, 2017 ]
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I needed a splitter for #4 wire to feed both my subwoofer amp and my capacitor. [ JEFFREY T  Sep 17, 2017 ]
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to hook up amplifiers to car battery. [ MICHAEL  Aug 22, 2017 ]
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Adding an amp and a DSP so this simplifies the installation. [ John  Jun 18, 2017 ]
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It was recommended in one of your articles. [ W  May 05, 2017 ]
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I wanted to power two amps without having to run two wires from my battery. [ Alan  Mar 06, 2017 ]
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good reviews from friends [ Damien  Oct 28, 2016 ]
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to install capacitor for mono amp [ L  May 31, 2016 ]
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to split the power between my two amps [ Keith  Mar 07, 2016 ]
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I'm running two amps, one for the highs, one for the lows. Purchasing this enables me to run one wire from battery and feed both amps. [ Jacob Edward  Dec 07, 2015 ]
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I need a block that has 1, 4gauge input and 1, 4 gauge and 1, 8 gauge out. Will this work for my configuration?
[ michael  Jun 15, 2014 ]
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Yes sir, I purchased one and installed it on my '99 Mustang Cobra SVT, works like a charm! I have one 4 gauge input, one 4 gauge output and one 8 gauge output.
[ John  Jun 17, 2014 ]
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Not really, although... if you have to have a certain look and you know a few tricks, anything can be done. If this block will come free of the plastic (I think it will), I'd recommend you just have someone solder the wire directly to the block and be done with it. But if it doesn't, your best bet is to find a piece of steel about 0.8 - 1.5 millimeters thick, and a bit wider than the hole. put it between the jaws of a vice with a finishing ball peen hammer and a piece of wood and squeeze the peen side of the hammer right into the wood, through the steel. With any luck you'll wind up with a small steel "bowl" that's about two thirds the size of the hole. Play around for a bit and get the shape right, it's important the bowl matches the hole well. Put the bowl in the hole, get the 8 gauge spread out under it so every bit of wire will get pinched, and tighten. If you go this route you will get the look you want without extra blocks, and still have a good contact patch. ...or just find a block that has an 8 gauge hole, lol. Good luck
[ Scott  Jun 17, 2014 ]
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this product will work for that. There is a metal spacer ring that has to come out in order to accept the 4 gauge wire and leave it in on the other opening for the 8 gauge. I have the same setup in my car and it works just fine.
[ JASON C  Jun 17, 2014 ]
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This block will give you one 4 in and 2 out, you can fit both 4 and 8 gauge wires. This block worked out well for my application. It was easy to install and it has a good build quality.
[ MANUEL R  Jun 17, 2014 ]
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hey michael... great little block. has enough room for 4 gauge all around, and the set screw is long enough to tighten an 8 gauge wire no problem.
[ DANIEL  Jun 17, 2014 ]
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Yes, the outputs r for 4 gauge but it'll work for #8 too since it's smaller
[ CODY  Jun 16, 2014 ]

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