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Re: inoperative SS5 Speakers
Connect your headphones to the unit , to check , if the unit is giving you any sound. If yes , then the unit can be termed as healthy. Next would involve isolating the sepakers one by one. To do that you need to get the sepakers tested.
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I ran into the same problem with my mustang. Your vehicle uses a common ground for the speaker wire. Modern cd players have a safety mechanism that cuts power to the speakers if an improper ground or short is detected. Run new speaker wires to your speakers. Make sure you don't run a screw through them when putting everything back together. Just one speaker wire shorted out will kill power to all four speakers.
Try checking your speakers and speaker wires for shorts and/or grounds. Make sure none of your speaker wires have any bare spots. If your speakers and speaker wires are fine, you may have a bad internal output ic inside of the deck.
make sure you have no shorted speakers or speaker wires. make sure you have no bare spots on your speaker wires. if you can, check to make sure no speakers or speaker wires are shorted to ground. If all checks fine, try pressing your reset switch.
Un hook all your speakers that the deck is powering and hook them up one by one sounds like u have a shorted speaker or wire and the unit is going into protection.The best way to chk the speakers and wires is with an ohm meter . Check each speaker wire to ground and across the speaker and see iof you have any shorts. The next step woulk be to remove the unit and have it bench tested.
Disconnect green speaker jack from computer and see if you get a green power light on speakers. If the speakers indicate they have power, your sound card or circuit is shorting out the speakers. If you still have no power to the speakers when disconnected from computer, then no green light means no power to speakers. Either you’re A.C. adaptor is bad or the speakers are shorted out. You have 2 options: 1)Replace A.C. adaptor. 2)Replace speakers. If you buy new speakers, make sure that they have their own power source (A.C. adaptor). Your responses are intended to improve the level of service provided. Please show your appreciation by rating your experience. Thank You.
stereo is detecting a short , or low load on speaker wire and or speakers .Go behind car stereo , disconnect all speakers and apply a known good speaker to one of four wires and see if volume works normally ..If it works use same speaker on all outputs one by one ..If all are okay then you should figure out what speaker and or wires are causing issue..Also make sure your ground is okay
This is often caused by a problem with the speakers or speaker wiring. A speaker wire that's pinched behind the head unit will cause this problem if it's shorted to dash metal or the deck chassis.
The first thing to do is remove the head unit and inspect all the speaker wiring for bare spots or pinched spots. If everything looks okay, disconnect all four speakers from the deck and switch it on. If it still shows "protect" then you have a defective head unit. If not, then turn it off, re-connect one of the speakers, and turn it on again. Continue until you find the speaker output that puts the deck into protect mode.