Question about Toyota Corolla
Hi i just got this old sound system. It has Cd player, cassette player, and radio tuner all bundled into one module. It has two large speakers and one large sub-woofa. I am getting about 1% sound from the woofer. It's power light is lit up but "Phase" and "power level meter" for right and left speaker are not lit up. Any help appreciated. I just got a multimeter. thanks,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, had total issues with this too! Your back speakers arent going because they are amped by the factory amp in the boot. You have to provide power to the amp so that it will turn the rear speakers on. This was a white and black striped wire in my car (Audi A3 1997) The rear speakers are blue /green and brown/red (left rear) , and the LH rear is brown/red and (forgotten colour) but the wire on the bottom left under those two brown/red wires on the 20pin harness. If you wire it all up like this then your rears should be going :)
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Testimonial: "So sorry for the very long delay in replying to your advice. It was the sub/amp in the boot as you correctly guessed. Another £200! Many thanks Pal"
first> road vibrations can cause cable connections to come loose so you can start by taking out your radio and making sure all of the questions in the back are connected as they should be.
Second> if this doesnt seem to work then the next step is to check the wires going to the speakers that arnt working (this will b quite a job, but if you can do it, it will save u quite a bit of money) .. checking the wires your checking for >bad connection to the speakers >cuts in the wire or if any part of the wire is touchin any other metal object
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Posted on May 29, 2009
First you need to figure out why your not getting sound. For the following don't use the remote. Turn everything on manually. Set the TV's input to the source you want i.e. DVD, input1, inuput2, etc... While viewing that source manually turn up the volume on the TV or receiver. If using the receiver, toggle thru the inputs untill you here your program. Write down the combination of equipment and there input settings. Bottom line we need to get your hardware working and understand the settings before we start working on the remote. Once the hardware is working you can then program the Harmony with the correct settings. If your hardware is not getting you audio please send me more information concerning your setup. TV type, Cable box, direcTV Reciver. I need to understand your setup before I can help you troubleshoot your system.
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Posted on Apr 01, 2010
You may have a factory amplifier in the rear of the explorer in the right cargo panel. You need to supply power to it by connecting the amp power on (Blue/White I think) in the dash to a power source (such as red on your stereo harness) so it comes on with the key. If you do have the amplifier, that's why you have no sound.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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