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GET RED POS+ LONG WIRE 2 BATTERY 2 WERE UR AMP IS GANA GO CONECT IT TO THE AMP POS+ (2)GET NEG- WIRE CONECT 2 WERE THE NEG- IS ON THE AMP THEN THE OTHER END OF SAME NEG- WIRE FIND PLACE NEXT 2 AMP WERE U COULD SCREW NEG- TO CAR METL CLOSE 2 AMP (3)GET LONG REMOTE ANT. WIRE CONECT IT TO WERE THE REMOTE ANT CONECTION IS ON AMP THEN SEND IT TO UR PIONEER IS AND FIND REMOTE ANT . ON UR PIONEER HEAD AND CONECT IT SO IT SHOULD BE CONECTED TO UR AMP LAST PART GET THE LONG RC PLUUGS AND CONECT TO UR AMP THEN RUN THEM TO UR PIONEER HEAD WERE THE RC PLLUGS INPUT IS THEN IT SHUD BE DONE!!!
Hello, if you want to put an equalizer on an amp then I would suggest you get a preamp style equalizer, non powered of course, take the rca output whichever one you want to use and conect it to the input on the equalizer. Then take the output from the equalizer and hook it up to the input on your amp. That's it. Most equalizers also have sub outputs, make sure you hook the correct output from the equalizer up to your amp. Also most have 3 outputs depending on the type you have. If you need more help just let me know, good luck
first connect pre-amp out to equalizer in and equalizer out to amplifier in-and amplifier to loudspeaker. second-mixer out to equalizer in and equalizer out to amplifier in and amplifier out to speaker.
This is a device which gives the illusion of more spacious sound by adding reverberation (echo) to the audio signal. This particular unit uses a mechanical analog delay mechanism employing a steel spring! Analog spring reverb units enjoyed some popularity in the late 60's and early 70's, with the Sansui and Pioneer units being the most common..
That's a 4-channel amp, not a 2-channel, which makes me wonder exactly how you have it hooked up to your sub. Is the LED light on the amp coming on? How many subs do you have hooked up to it, and how is it wired?