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Stereo on a PC power supply

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Published on Apr 21, 2012

messing around with an old car stereo and power supply. Found an old 300w tiger pro PSU and a SANYO car stereo from like, 1997 lol. it can do 35w x 2 channels, which is decent. The unit has a 10A fuse so I know it can't use more than 120w. the power supply's 12v rail can handle 15A, that's 180w, so we've got plenty of power. sorry for the grainy vid.. and poor focus... still can't manually adjust focus with an android camera it seems. the speaker used is a Kenwood KFC-1677.

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