Question about Pioneer 6X9 5WAY 400W SPKR Car Speaker
They r already wired in the car, but i think they r not sounding at their best at the moment. maybe its the connection or the amp settings, please help.
Pioneer gm 6500 is a 4 ch amp rated at 60w-4 way to small of an amp to run your sub. UNDER-POWERING your sub is more likely to damage spkr than over-powering. my advice,get mono-block to run sub
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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On the Sub you have 4 connectors, 2 for each voice coil... Run a jumper wire from One side of the sub to the other. Positive to negative so that now you have one set of connectors free. Doing this will make the sub able to handle more cause you're using both voice coils. Thats how i've always hooked mine up when i have duel voice coil and they always last a long time. If you're gonna bridge the amp, make sure its turned down for about 5 or 6 hours to let the sub break in.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
it has a detector that kicks in it will usually shut off your amp and it keeps you from blowing your amp the speaker may have to much power and amp may not push it it will start to protect itself
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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Posted on Nov 09, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you very much .. so it has two + and two - plugs on the amp i whv to connect the two + cabels at one of the + and leave the other one empty !?"
Hello.... sorry to hear about your problem. Bass is the ultimate evil of coaxial speakers. You have a couple of options here, and this is just my professional opinion because I do not know what your lifestyle details, such as truck space needs, type of music you listen to, budget, etc. If you are looking for alot of bass, the best bet would be to use 2 external amplifiers, 1 for the interior speakers, and 1 for a subwoofer. You would then need to purchase an electronic crossover. With this setup, you can remove all of the low frequencies from the coaxial speakers and put them where they belong, with the sub. You will gain EXCEPTIONAL clarity and a very high volume before distortion level. Again it will depend on what your budget is and if you are willing to compromise on some cab space. The only other option you have at this point is if you are wanting to play your music at high volume levels, you will just need to reduce the bass level as you increase volume. I hope this has helped. Good luck with your venture!!
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Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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