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I cant get my subwoofer system to work

I have all the wires needed hooked up to my deck and i am getting no sound out of my subwoofers. i was wondering if there is some way to turn the subs on or off through the deck. I dont have my remote anymore.

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  • shorttty13 Dec 23, 2008

    i have the same problem but i cant remmeber how to turn the remote on to get the amp to turn on. can u help me.

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Do you use a amplifier to power the subs? If so, the amp needs a signal to turn on. This is supplied by the blue/white wire labeled 'system remote' in pioneer radio's.

Search for the next term on this site for more information about this wire:
Remote turn-on in car amplifiers is obligatory?

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