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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-05-2013, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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Boss mc400 wiring

Just purchased a boss mc400 trying to get some ideals how different people wired up the unit any help would be grateful. Was thinking of hard wiring straight to battery using 5a inline fuse then adding a toggle switch to turn it off. This way i can listen to it without turning bike on. Thanks for any help.

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I'm curious as to what you find out, since my son got me a set of amplified speakers to go on the bike for Christmas. However, I think most folks simply wire them to the key switch, so that when the key is turned off, it won't continue draining your battery. Believe me, you really DON'T want to be stuck anywhere with a dead battery! If you're determined to wire it straight to the battery, I would suggest you make sure that you have good jumper cables in your saddlebags, or at least the 'battery clip' connector for your battery tender/charger connector, to make it easier to 'jump start' the bike, without having to get directly to the battery.

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