I have 2 6x9 full range speakers and 2 61/2 full range door speakers that i run off the rear rca's and was wondering could i use the bridged channel to bridge the 6x9's and then run the 6 1/2's on the other two channels and if so what's the watts per channel for this amp if hooked up like this
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Sounds like there is a problem with the amp. Try switching the inputs around for that output on the amp. If that does not help, Yes I would have to say that there is a problem with the amp output circuit.
You will need a line level converter for starters (takes speaker level signal and converts it to line level/RCA signal) you connect this to the speaker left/right wires and it has a RCA left right on other end to connect and run to your amps, (you need this box because factory radios don't have RCA outputs on them) At that point all you have to do next is run the power/gnd/rem for your amp and then speaker wires to your front/rear speaker and then sub (if using). You can use one of these converters for your front/back speakers so you will still have use of your front/back/left/right fading options. make sure you disconnect th factory plug/harness at each speaker since the amp will be powering them and you will run speaker wires to each speaker. If you only want one converter it will be on your front channel and your sub will be power by the front. (you will fade to front for more/less sub bass unless your amp has a separate volume/bass control). If you want your sub to fade with rear speakers you will need to install another converter off of the rear speakers. Found a site with some photos that may help you with your project. http://www.redlineforums.com/forums/howto-section/15003-how-sub-stereo-amp-install-factory.html
It certainly sounds like the speaker has failed. Most OEM speakers have paper cones and cloth surrounds and it is not uncommon for the adhesive to give out in the vehicle environment.
The Avalon uses the "workhorse" of car audio speakers. Both front and rear are 5-1/4" and you can get great aftermarket speakers in that size. Unfortunately, no 5-1/4 speaker is really good at reproducing bass. A really good set of Focal full-range speakers, the Polyglass 130 CVX runs $300 at www.crutchfield.com. Somewhat less expensive are the JL Audio C2-525X at $180. Speakers such as these will give you the best sound. Somewhat less expensive are Alpine and Infinity, but they're still good. It would probably be a good idea while you have the door panels off, to go ahead and replace the fronts at the same time.
remove all speaker connections to your amp. MAke sure the inputs are driving all 4 channels, and that the built in crossovers on the amp are all set to full range. Conect your full range speaker to each output channel one at a time and verify there is oputput on all 4 channels. If all is ok, then connect your rear speakers to the front(a) outputs of your 4 channel amp, and then use the second 2 channels (rear or B) bridged to drive the sub. Re-configure the crossovers for highpass for front (to drive your rear speakers) and lowpass for sub. This is the proper way to connect a 4 channel amp with a sup whle driving 2 full range speakers.
Hi jkclay841 i live new york and have a RCA REAR PROJECTION TV 61" MODEL # P61960 CHASSIS NUMBER PTK195Y06T
IT POWERS ON BUT IT'S OUT OF ALIGNMENT ON ALL COLORS AND MISSING THE CLOTH THAT COVERS THE SPEAKERS HAVE THE REMOTE SCREEN IS IN GREAT CONDITION ALSO HAVE SOME NEW CRT COOLANT RUBER SEALS ,AND THREE NEW LENCES THAT I WAS GOIN TO REPLACE BUT CHANGED MY MIND PLUS NO TIME.
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1 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select SW CONTROL. 2 Press MULTI-CONTROL to display the setting mode. # Press BACK to return to the previous display. 3 Press MULTI-CONTROL to select the segment you wish to set. Press MULTI-CONTROL repeatedly to switch the segment in the following order: REAR SP (rear speaker setting)—PREOUT (RCA output setting) 4 Use MULTI-CONTROL to select the desired setting. Turn to change the setting. When REAR SP (rear speaker setting) is selected. REAR SP:SUB W(subwoofer)—REAR SP:FULL (full-range speaker) When PREOUT (RCA output setting) is selected. PREOUT:SUB W (subwoofer)—PREOUT:REAR (full-range speaker) # When no subwoofer is connected to the rear output, select REAR SP:FULL.
If I got the specs right, your amp is a 4 channel hence the 4 RCA inputs. Probably the simplest would be to feed the 2 X RCA out of the deck to the 1 & 2 RCA in of the amp. This amp has also a line out, feed the amp's lineout back to the 3 & 4 in. This way, all four channels get same input from the deck and you will have identical power to all 4 speakers (front & rear).
An afterthought is to also use the 4 outputs of the deck (since they are there anyway and it is not a good tech practice to leave outputs without load/speakers) and connect 4 mid-range or 4 smaller speakers.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Post back should you need additional information.
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