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Cant Get sound from CD Player when Connected to Phonic Live Mixer

I have the right cable...
i am plugging it into the right spot... i can barely hear it, when i turn the volume all the way up.
i know its not right...

what do i do?

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REPLACE THE RCA CABLE COULD BE THE GROUND MAY HAVE GONE BAD....CHECK THAT THE AMP HAS A GOOD GROUND TO THE CAR WITH A METER MAKE SURE IF IT HAS A SWITCH FOR LOW IMP OR HIGH IMP IT IS IN THE RIGHT POSITION GOOD LUCK

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