Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
1)When you connected the amp to the head unit, did you run two pairs of RCA cables for front and rear reference or did you only run one set of RCA cables from the rear out to the amp?
2)If that's not the case and you did ran two sets, on your amp, swop the rear and front RCA cables. If the rears go quiet and the fronts are loud you now know the issue is either in the cables or how the head unit is set up. If the fronts are still quiet, check your Amp's gain, frequency and filter setter settings (if available). If those settings don't change anything you may have a faulty amp.
3)Check speaker connections, seems trivial, but you never know.
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Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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