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  1. 15 hours ago, 1point21gigawatts said:

    That’s a major thing to say about somebody. Just because somebody doesn’t answer you doesn’t make them a bad person nor useless. There’s no such thing as a useless being, substance or essence. Everybody and everything has worth and a purpose.You have to think beyond what’s irritating you and realize people, places and things all function differently and just because they don’t put you in their function doesn’t mean any insult, ill intentions or harm to you. Also, what if he has been doing his own thing and not really focusing on some stuff because he is going through something and handling his own life. You can’t be mad at somebody about that. Quit being like that dude. Chill out and bass on.

    Ok but the website says 24/7 support. SO if a business offers 24/7 support they should be there, that's poor business. All i asked for was proper step by step instructions to make it easier for us who are not experienced in hooking something like this up. The SMD TM-1 instructions are very short and not clear for ME. I would please just like some help. Thank you

  2. On 5/8/2020 at 1:08 AM, JonBob said:

    Ok, so I did a little more digging and saw that the operating range is 8v-22v. So I figured it might be able to turn on with a 9v battery. It did! The small wires are 24 gauge. The red is power, black is ground, yellow is trigger. Now I just have to figure out how to splice in a 24ga power wire into the 18ga inline fuse wire. That's going to be a job for another day tho. The wires are not nearly long enough to reach the battery, they're only maybe 10 inches long. I might try to use 20ga wires to make the runs and then use them as a middle ground to make the connection with the 18ga inline fuse. Make sense to everyone? And I'll use the regular size (forget the actual size of the wire) that the amp uses for trigger to splice into the trigger wire on the TM-1. 


    Sound good to everyone out there in Interweb Land? Tell me if this doesn't sound like a good idea please! 

    So the yellow wire goes with the blue remote on wire on the Amp? Red goes to battery, black ground, white is positive for fans and black is ground for fans?

  3. On 6/1/2020 at 7:32 AM, reedal said:

    Yellow is accessory turn-on, white takes place of gray for fan positive. It's a simple process of elimination given that the wires are different gauge and only two are different

    I get it So yellow goes to like a toggle switch, the white goes to fan positive, black goes to fan negative, red goes onto AMP pwr, black goes to amp ground. is this right


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