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With a power rating of watt, this kit is an ideal for high power protection and sure to complete your amplified vehicle powered sound system. It gets current from your battery to your amplifier that increases audio purity.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Standard Packaging Verified Purchase. I purchased the kit as part of an upgrade to a Honda GL Goldwing motorcycle. I barely had enough speaker wire to wire the front speakers on the bike. I had to purchase more wire for the rear. The fuse for the "heavy" gauge wire doesn't fit the wire.
It's too large both for the conductor itself and also the seal for the insulation. If it gets water around it, water will get into it. The connectors are super cheap and don't match current speaker connectors, 1 large, 1 small. I had enough remote wire to wire the bike about 5 times Had I known the kit would be configured as it is I wouldn't have purchased it. I knew I was paying too much for it but thought it would be good to get a kit but on second thought know I wish I would have saved the money and gone elsewhere for my wire and connectors.
I wouldn't recommend it. I bought this to use for a small single amp install under watts. I opened up the package and looked at the power wiring. It's borderline fraudulent to advertise this as 8 ga wire. It has a thick plastic casing to give it an 8 ga diameter but the amount of actual copper wiring is closer to 12 or even 14 ga.
I had a small amount of actual 8 ga left over at home from years ago and the amount of copper in the Pyle kit is nearly half. I'm afraid this thing would short on me. I didn't even consider installing this. Shame on Pyle and Amazon for advertising this as such.
The other connectors, etc. All the wiring is very undersized compared to what's "advertised". Even the remote wire, which hardly requires any juice, is amazingly thin. This amp kit might be ok for a smaller watt amp but I wouldn't trust it to take the power loads of anything higher.
The power red wire is really thin, more insulation than wire. Gave it 2 for having some other components, although well see how the RCAs perform. But most impirtantly, this was not 8 gauge wire, I would give it 12 at best. I should have known having installed many systems in a shop when I was younger.
Luckily my run is only a couple feet and I had some 4 AWG left over. Looks to me like they basically thickened the rubber to make the outside look like an 8 AWG wire. Photo is my true 4 AWG next to this "8". There is no way I would draw watts at automotive voltages using this wire at 12 volts this would be over 83 amps!
The wire does not look close to 8AWG. Everything in the box is flimsy, it just seems sketchy. Came with plenty of power and ground wire for my usage, but not nearly enough speaker wire. I just ended up getting more from autozone. When you try to crimp them, the crimp end just snaps in half if you use too much pressure and falls right off the connection you're trying to make. People knock it for not being 8ga but it definitely is, Its bigger than 10 and smaller than 6, even when the rubber insulation is stripped back.
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I immediately received a message alert. It told me that I had a private picture waiting for me from another user. I clicked on it. About half of the profiles pictures contained adult content. Things kinds of in-your-face explicit content. Things kinds of in-your-face explicit content is not the stuff of standard dating sites. One of my rules when reviewing dating sites is to call it like I see it.
At one point, a video chat window popped up unannounced. There was a busty blond woman on the screen, fondling herself. She was giggling and typing things into the chat window. When I tried to respond to her, however, I was given a notice that first I had to upgrade. I continued to peruse the site in order to write this HiSlut.
I conducted a member search for local women. One of the first things I noticed was a profile that I had seen on another, totally fake dating site called Free2Cheat you can read my review of that site, here. I remembered the profile picture well because I had done a reverse search for it on Google before, and it had come up attached to all kinds of other sites.
In short, it was a picture stolen to make a fake profile. When I noticed that profile, I began to look deeper into other profiles. There were many of them with very little description and photos that looked like they were pulled from elsewhere.
This is a huge red flag. They also initiate fake chats with their users, trying to get them to buy memberships and upload photos. Why would a site want to trick you into uploading a photo of yourself? These scam dating sites like to say that they are just trying to help you. Upload a photo to get noticed by women! That would make sense, if there were actually women on the site. That means they can use your photos and personal information to make ads, interact with other users, or to sell to other, even sketchier third parties.
So I navigated back to the main page. What does that have to do with HiSlut at all? It could be another site operated by the same company, or it could be some third-party sketch-ball who wants to steal your info. I hope that this HiSlit. They are a classic scam site and there is nothing to be gained by visiting them, except maybe a virus.
Say goodbye to this one! Francesca Levin is a contributing writer to BeyondAges.