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    What is the ZLD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beejwest View Post
    What is the ZLD?
    Zone Level Controler.
    Several Companies make similar devices with an array of options from Blue Tooth, True Zone Control.

    http://exileaudio.com/store/index.ph...er-preamp.html
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    For those that are not familiar with or have not looked at a typical head-unit wiring diagram, the dash "stereo" switch is not "powering" the radio. There is a bit of misleading info in a couple of the recent posts here.

    A typical head-unit has a yellow wire that is a constant battery positive. This is the wire that the head-unit draws its operating current through, or in other words, "powers" the head-unit. The dash "stereo" switch simply applies a 12 volt turn-on signal, same as the head-unit does doe the amp, to the head-unit to tell it to wake up. This is a red wired at the head-unit and doesnt matter which battery it comes from. As mentioned earlier, its the Yellow B+ that matters. If the amps and that yellow wire, and any peripherals like an EQ, are drawing from different batteries, you are almost certainly going to get noise.

    I hope this clears it up for those installing your 2nd battery bank or those dealing with noise.

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    Strange double post
    Last edited by MLA; 05-02-2014 at 10:02 PM.

  5. #15
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    Thats the thing, unless that B+ wire is hooked in through the huge positive cable from the starter, they're on the same power source. I gotta crawl in there tomorrow and unhook it and run it over hard to the house batt to check.
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