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My l/o works but my speakers running from head unit does not

I have a jvc kd-g320, and I had just recently installed it, and when i turn it on the only thing that makes noise r the speakers connected to the amp connected to teh l/o on the head unit. The voltage goin to the unit is good, around 12 on the acc and teh constant, so I am wondering what my problem is, I've changed which way the leads were connected but still no sound.

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You have to find the subwoofer setting on your head and turn it all the way up.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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I have a jvc KD-G320 deck and need help hooking up subs...


Hello c92bivens,

While your KD-G320 does not have a specific subwoofer output, Kenwood did make provisions for adding one. There are two stereo pairs of line outputs on the back, one each for front and back. On the set for the rear, you can select a "line output mode" of "REAR" for normal speakers, or "WOOFER" for operating a sub.

Page 14 of your owners manual details the setting procedure while page 31 shows the connections. The manual incorrectly refers to the FRONT line outputs on page 14. Use the REAR line outs instead. If you do not have a manual, you can download the PDF version here at Crutchfields's web site. Ignore the "DISCONTINUED" notice (it's an old head unit), and scroll down the left just under "What's in the box" and click the "download owners manual" link.

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I have a jvc KD-G320 cd player and i am trying to hook it up to my 2 12" subs n the cd player doesnt seem to b sending the message to the subs to kick is there anything special i have to get to make...


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My JVC KD-623 Car deck is recieving power as the stand by light is on but it will not turn on or eject the disc. It was professionally installed.


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How do i remove a jvc kd-g320 cd player from my vehicle?


Here's -->LINK<-- the installation manual. You'll see that you need 2 flat tools to insert/remove stereo.

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Most stereo manufacturers agreed on a color-coding scheme for their wiring to keep things consistent. In that scheme, red wires are run to power (ie, the battery) and serve as the ignition-switched power leads (so when the engine is shut off, the head unit also shuts off), black wires are grounds, and purple, gray, green, and white are used for the main four speakers. Blue is an antenna and/or amplifier turn-on wire. Orange is a dimmer wire (for cars with dimmers on the dash lights, this can be tapped in to also dim the head unit's lighting). Yellow wires are typically the memory wires. These feed power to the head unit constantly, regardless of whether the car is on or not, so that memory presets and tone settings are maintained. Your JVC unit should have a yellow wire coming off the back as part of the harness - this would be the one to supply power. You can run this directly to the battery - that way if you blow the fuse in the fuse box that you're considering using, you won't lose your stereo settings as well as whatever feature the fuse was utilized to protect.

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If your autochanger has an input as well as an output connector it will be possible. The iPod adapter would have to be plugged into the changer's input, and the changer's output cable would run to the KD-G421.

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