I want to sell my Pioneer 10'' 350W BAND PASS BOX Car Speaker
I'm trying to sell my Pioneer 10'' 350W BAND PASS BOX Car Speaker, but I don't know for how much I sould sell it. It looks brand new, the only thing that's missing are the cables, I only have the stareo
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You have to first diffentiate the power from the speakers. The ORANGE, RED and BLACK are the power. Connect the RED to continuous supply of the battery which is available in the accessories socket, the Orange to the switched power which is also available in this socket. The Black should be connected to the best ground available, check all these using a good meter. Next greys, the greens, one with the red mark on the wire to be connected to the positive of the speaker , the black mark to the negative. repeat this for allthe other wires and test. Now if you think that on balancing to one side the bass is better, reverse one side of the polarity of the speaker.can be the front speakers or the rear. I think you can get this right. Good day
These are the speaker output connections, the silver goes to the positve in the right speaker and the silver black strip on thenegative of the speaker. Similarily the green brown goes to the positive of the left speaker and the green black to the negative of the speaker. I hope this helps. Good day
2001 Chevrolet Silverado C3500 Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12v+ Wire: Orange Car Radio Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow Car Radio Ground Wire: Black Car Radio Illumination Wire: Gray Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: Brown Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Tan Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Gray Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Light Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Brown Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue
Wiring is pretty much standard for all 4 channel radios. red is switched, yellow is your memory (constant power), black ground, purple/purple-blk, white/white-blk, grey/-grey-blk and green/green-blk all speakers the solids are positive and blk stripes are negatives. orange is illumination, blue maybe 2 are amp switched for power on/of and the other power anteanna. Its easiest to get a wiring harness for your car it will connect color to color and then plug directly into your factory harness with no splicing of the wires so when you trade in/sell your car the factory radio goes back in with ease.
Most common for all car Stereo wire color coding are:
Solid RED wire = +12V Solid Black wire = negative ( - ) Solid Yellow wire = +12V (power ON /OFF) can add additional toggle switch for switching on and off the car stereo
Solid blue wire = Power antenna
the rest of the wires are for car speaker having positive and negative polarity. note: for the speaker connection wires, all the solid colored wires are positive side (+) of speaker. those solid colored wire with stripe black line are for negative side (-) of the speaker
you may want to try using a multimeter to find out which is your power wire/battery wire then to find speaker wires try using a normal everyday aa battery as that will make a static scratchy sound through your speaker and you will be able to identify left,right,front,back,,hope that helps goodluck.
red-------ignition yellow--constant black---ground white----drvrs front speaker green---drivrs rear grey-----pass front purple--pass rear Black indicators on the speaker wires are negative blue-----remote turn on orange--dimmer