Re: how can i connect wifi in to my system for net...
Control panel,new network connection, it will ask for mac address and set it up if your trying to let some one else use your wifi they will have to connect to your network and enter your info upon connection
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you have an unstable internet connection. you need to repair or refresh the ip address of your network connection. fix loosen ethernet and lan cable connections. make sure router and modem is not overheating too.
the positive terminal is connected to the positive of the battery
the negative terminal is connected to a metal grounding point on the car ( find a metal spot on the car to connect the negative terminal of amplifier)(do not connect it to the negative side of the battery)
the remote terminal connects to either the remote line from the back of the radio blue and white wire
if the radio does not have a remote wire then use the red wire which is the acc (check this against your car wiring)
the speakers are simple connect the positive of radio to positive terminal ect
and the input comes from the radio as a phono jack connect that to the input of the input of the amplifier right left ect ect also if the radio has only left and right then you need a splitter for the phono cable because your amp is 4 channel
if the radio does not have phono jacks then you need to take the output that usually goes to the speakers and route them to the amp and attach pho no jacks on them
Disconnect all speaker connections and rca cables. Leave power, ground and remote wires intact. Try turning on again. If you still have a protection light your amp is faulty. Hopefully you have warranty. Double check all connections .A thumbs up would be greatly appreciated if this answer is helpful to you.
Here is the link to DHD's web site: www.dhdusa.com. Their web site does not show a download page or even a support function. Not even an email address. They do list their snail mail address and phone number, though. My recommendation is to call and see if they will send you the manual.
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go to this address on the web and enter in product info and download drivers here: http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/select-system.pl?DIRECTOR=DRIVER make sure after you mark this question as solved thanks
I believe it's because the fuses (or any other connection point) is deemed to be a weakness. If an amplifier is properly installed, there will be a large fuse as close to the battery connection point as possible. Any other fuses in the amplifier itself would be considered redundant. From a safety standpoint, if an installer chooses not to fuse the main power wire to the amp the fuses in the amp will not prevent a fire from occuring should the wire get shorted. Therefore there MUST be proper fusing on the power wire and further fusing in the amp is not necessary. The other reason for this may be that in many larger amplifiers from reputable companies (RF and others) they use un-regulated power supplies to get the maximum from their amps. Fuses could be considered a bottleneck in these systems as a properly installed system, again, has the required fusing at the battery.
If you can't locate them, I could walk you through it. It would take a complete description of your current system and what you hope to achieve, if anything. High quality pics of all amp connections and controls followed by a phone call. Having done several thousand installs, I have pretty much seen everything, but with 6 channels and internal x-overs it gets a little complicated, but definitely do-able. Let me know Regards, Paul