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Can't find any manual on how to pair this speaker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: aftermarket 6 x 9's
What type of car is it? You can purchase speaker harnesses at any car audio shop that will allow you to snap into the factory plugs. Also, beware if your system was designed for 8 ohm speakers - using 4ohm speakers instead could cause some problems. Most aftermarket stereos are designed for 4ohm speakers, but some factory stereos designed for 8ohms could be damaged if you give them a smaller ohm load.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
SOURCE: S-Sir Sub Unit won't pair
I almost went out and bought a Sony HDMI cable but I tried something first and it worked me. I wrapped tightly the transceiver on the back of the main unit with aluminum foil and what do you know it fixed the problem. I guess since I was using a cheap HDMI cable the foil helped to shield out the interference. Sony HDMI cable $70.00 or aluminum foil 5 cents. Let me know if this works for you as well.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
The passkey in the Phone prompts up only when you are trying to pair your device to another device,
So, you can provide 1234 as the password and another user who is pairing with you should also provide the same,
Incase if it is not working under Generic key or if you are facing any other problem related to Bluetooth pairing, Please contact your Service Providor and check..
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
I am assuming you are using the standard sonamp 260 not a 260x3
and that when you say you are getting sound on only 1 pair that means only on 1 side (left or right channel only?)
Are using a speaker selector box? you must to regulate the resistance (ohms)
if so first unhook all but on pair of speakers and see if both channels are working.
if they do your problem is in the speaker selector not the amp if no then check to see what the amp level is set to. These are the two small holes on the front right of amp make sure they are set about equal at around half way up.
If that doesn't work flip the RCA cables coming to the amp perhaps you have a bad cable if that doesn't work make sure your receiver (source) is outputing a stereo signal to begin with.
lastly 8 sets of speakers off 1 amp? that's pushing it.even with a high quality Niles or speakercraft selector that controls the resistance going to an amp I wouldn't go past 5 sets.
The right way to do it would be to use 260x3 or a sonance or speakercraft 12 channel amp.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
i have a couple pair one with a damaged cabinet so i might be willing to make a deal for whatever driver/ part you are looking for...
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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IMPORTANT: When connecting two pairs of speakers, determine the impedance of each pair
by looking on the back of the speakers, in your owner's manual, or by contacting your dealer or manufacturer.
You can listen to two pairs of speakers at the same time ONLY if the impedance of EACH speaker is NOT LESS THAN 8 Ohms.
WARNING: Do not play sets of speakers simultaneously except as recommended above.
Amplifier may overheat.
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