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Rca where in the head ubit do you fit the rca cable

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On the back of your head unit you should have RCA inputs which are Red and White. most new stereos come with them standard. if you dont have em then you might have to take it to an car audio store and they might have to rig the line diff.

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When input my 3.5mm jack to my audio input port on my face-place, my sound goes to my left side. However when i pull out very slightly on the jack, it goes to stereo, but i have to hold it there to keep it...


Try reversing the cable and see if one end fits better. Or buy a new cable. Also some aftermarket car cd players have RCA inputs on the back or cd changer inputs too, which can be changed to RCA input style connectors with an adapter. Then you will need a 3.5 mm to RCA adapter. You just need the RCA to 3.5mm adapter if you have RCA inputs on the back of your cd player. then run your 3.5mm wire from behind your dash to an accessible and convienent area. I ran mine into the glovebox in my car. My deck had RCA imputs so I just ran a long RCA cable into the glove box, put the 3.5mm RCA adapter on that, then hooked my iPod 3.5mm wire up to it. Now it's hidden and easy to store out of sight, plus with the extra long RCA cable to 3.5mm setup anyone in my car can have the iPod and change the songs. Hope that helps.

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New in dash reciever, have sub woofers, they turn on but are not working


There are a number of issues that could be going on here. Go down this check list.

1. Check to make sure your head unit is getting power
2. Make sure the volume is up and that you do not have the unit on mute


The following list is if you have an amp (I assume you do if you have subwoofers).

1. Make sure the RCA cables are plugs to the correct outlet RCA's on the unit.
2. Make sure the RCA cables are not crimped at any point on the way back to the amplifier
3. Make sure the power and ground are good on the amplifer and that the remote turn on is functioning (this will turn the amp on).
4. Make sure the RCA cables are plugged into the right place on the amplifier.
5. Check the gain levels on your amp. This is a dial next to the RCA input. You will need a small flat head screwdriver to adjust.
6. Make sure the subs are wired correctly. If they are wired to the wrong ohms load they may cause the amp to go into protection.


If this doesn't help, you may need to get more specific in your next post.

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I have just installed my JVC KD-R720 in dash reciever in my 1999 Pontiac grand am and also have subwoofers. The amp turns on but i am getting nothing to the subs. I know its not the amps connection cause...


Check a few things. Make sure the head unit is getting power. Then make sure that your RCA cables are connected to the right output RCA's fromt the head unit. If this is ok, check to make sure the RCA cables didn't get crimped somewhere. If this is still all ok, check the volume on the unit and to see if you have the unit on mute. Sometimes it's little things like that. Did you adjust any settings to the amp? If so, check the gains. Hope this helps.

Aug 18, 2011 | JVC Car Speakers & Subwoofers

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Where do these wires go


Hello sxy_spud,

Those wires are for the "speaker level" inputs to the amp. If you are using RCA cables from your head unit, you do not connect these at all.

If you are NOT using RCA cables from your head unit, the "pigtail" ends of the high-level input wires are usually connected to the rear speakers.

Hope this helps.

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I hooked up a 4 ch alpine amp MRP-F600. The back speakers play nice but the front speakers play very low. What could be the Problem?


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.
Message me back if nothing works and/or you get stuck.
Ciza

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I need to install a max385vd in a 2002 pord f-350, do i need an install kit?


Regardless of whether this is an amp or a head unit, an install kit is either very helpful or necessary. If it's an amp, you'll need it for sure - you can't power an amp with 18 gauge factory power wiring like a head unit can use. You need to get at least 10 gauge power and ground wire, 18 gauge remote turn-on wire, and RCA patch cables to conduct the sound. If you have a factory head unit, you'll also need a line-level adapter to give you a source for the RCA patch cables.

If this is a head unit, you'll need the adapter harness to plug your existing stereo harnesses into the new head unit. It makes it simple - the wires on the new head unit are color-coded for what they do, and the adapter harness is identically coded. Match the colors, then plug it in. You may also need an antenna wire adapter (some cars require this).

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Power on green light is on but no sound when speakers are hooked up


Light is on so suggests power, earth and remote turn on cable all ok. Now you just need to test the RCA signal and the AMP output. I take it you have used low level RCA as the input from the head unit? (two cables usually red n white although can somtimes be other colours) best way is with substitute amp n speakers etc although can be done with osciliscope or headphones. Once it is established the RCA signal is fine then you can check the speakers from the amp. disconnect them at the amp and put each of the two wires briefly to a battery, any battery will do e.g. 9v PP9 or 1.5v AA etc you should hear a pop from each speaker as you do it. that proves the speakers and wiring to them.
If there was no signal from the RCA the cables may be bad - requires testing from head unit to amp
failing that the RCA output may be reduced or turned off via a menu in the head unit
Or the RCA output from the unit may be knackered.

Sorry its a bit long hope it helps
Luda

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