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Re: help ASAP Plaese
Are you saying you connected the sony output jacks to your subs directly without any other amp? Are the sub outputs powered? Or line level? Are the subs powered or direct? need some more info please. and post the Manual here if you can. Thanks
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remote turn on wire( blue/white) from stereo to amp. RCAs from stereo ( sub out) to amp. Power wire (fused) from battery to amp. Ground wire from clean, paint free chassis to amp. Speaker wire from amp to speaker. ( simplied version). Do you have an amp kit? All the wires, connectors and the fuse will be included in the amp kit.They are rated for the amps power output; 0,4,8 gauge.
on the back of the stereo you should have an rca inputs in the back, it should say either rear, subwoofer, or non-fade. all of these are acceptable, run rca's to the amp from the deck.
also on the deck in the wire harness is a blue wire with a white stripe.
hook a wire up to this and run it to the REM. terminal of your amp. this wire tells the amp to turn on when you turn on your key.
these are the only two wires you hook up the back of the stereo.
hope this helps
first check that the subwoofer function on the actual head unit is turned up,second check that the gain on the amp is at bout half way then check that it is on a lp (low pass setting)
then check that the boost on the amp is turned up.
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For one thing I hope you know you need an amp to even power subs at all.. The remote wire coming off the rca wiring that you hook your subs up with has to go on the prong 3-in on the top here is a rough diagram: the = signs are power and ground and the prongs are thicker the comma is you remote.. - - - - - - - , - = - - - - - - - - - =
You need a wire coming out of that slot on the wiring harness.. it should be blue. and unless you have a power antenna(comes out when you turn your radio on) then you dont need the blue/blue&white power ant. wire you can just cut it and cap it. if your amp isn't coming on when you turn your ignition to acc then your remote wire isn't properly attached..