I have installed CAPS before, and I am aware of how to use them. However, it was my knowledge that when the car is running your alternator is designed to push the electronics of your car at 14 volts. So, you have about 2 volts of extra there beyond keeping the battery charged. The purpose of the CAP is to handle the spikes needed by the amp at times when the alternator can't keep up. This keeps the car battery from dying and your lights and other electronics inside the car from being drained of the power they need.
Now, I don't understand how a cap is going to benefit me. As I understand, its just a small battery in the connection closest to the power source, to prevent drain on the alternator...
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