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No sound from outputs

Very little sound coming out of the output the head unit has to be tured up full and even then the sound is not what it should be.

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1. Do you have power to the unit. I assume yes.
2. Ensure the fader and balance is set to neutral to ensure you have output going to all the speakers.
3. Ensure the speakers are connected.
4. Ensure the speakers are not out of phase, if they are they will cancel each other out, and sound muted
5. Always test new model head units with a cd. not fm radio. Using fm radio on some head units will mute the sound if the station is not coming in clear enough.
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If you have tried different amps and different subs with the same result, I'd definitely suspect that you are not getting enough of an output signal from the head unit. Checking the RCA's and perhaps using a different set of preamp outs would be a good idea.

One other possibility that you may not have considered is to check the phasing. I've run into speakers that had the markings reversed and running the subs out-of-phase on a 4-channel bridged would make a huge difference in the bass.

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