Question about Panasonic CQ-DF783U CD Player
I have wired the Amp corcetly to the Best of My knowledge, (12v to Battery, Ground to a GOOD ground, Remote To the Blue w/ white stripe Rca From Amp out puts and Speakers out) The Amp is Good, works fine in other vehicles, Head seems to be in great shape, But the Amp will not come on. Am I doing something wrong, any help would be great Thanks alot David
If you are saying that you wired the remote to the RCA from the amp outputs then that won't work. A good way to make the amp just turn on is to have NO speakers attached, no input RCA's attached. Just have ground to ground and B+ to 12 (battery). If your then temporarily jump 12volt from the B+ terminal to the remote terminal then the amp should turn on and stay on as long as the jumper is in place. In a normal hookup, the remote 12volts is supplied from the radio (head unit).
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